Re: Linux Books
On Friday 20 April 2001 16:22, George M. Butler wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have been asking questions on this list and received lots of help. I
> am new to
> Linux but have some
> limited experiece with Unix in the past. I have just
> discovered that my employer will let me have $400 to buy books related
> to my job.
> I am a member of a mathematics faculty so naturally Linux is job
> related. I would
> be interested
> to hear from the contributors of this list what are their favorite
> Linux, Unix,
> Networking, Programming Language, or related books.
Someone has already suggested the Camel book, Programming Perl. That's a
good suggestion, but I would recommend the O'Reilly Perl CD Bookshelf
instead. For about the price of two of their excellent Perl books, you get
ALL their Perl books on a CD in HTML, hyperlinked, indexed and searchable. I
"discovered" the CD Bookshelf after I had already bought the Llama book, the
Camel book and the Cookbook, which is about half the CD. I still consider it
a very good deal.
- Linux Books
- From: "George M. Butler" <email@example.com>