[linux-elitists] 32 essential computer books?

Tanner Lovelace lovelace@trilug.org
Thu Dec 18 08:37:39 PST 2003

Don Marti wrote:
> Well, I just looked at the shelf by my desk and 32 books fit
> on it.  Strangely enough, I also found out a way to send books
> to the Linux User Group of Iraq, which needs books for its
> library, at the US book rate.
> So what would be the top 32 books to send them?

Josuttis, Nicolai M.  The C++ Standard Library : A Tutorial and Reference
   Probably the best C++ book I've ever seen.  A lot of books either
   have a good tutorial or good reference but not both.  This one
   does an excellent job with both.

If you're doing non-computer books I'd suggest Cryptonomicon.

Tanner Lovelace
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