The Secret Life of Programs

Author: Jonathan E. Steinhart

Publisher: No Starch Press


Category: Computers

Page: 500

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Computer programming is not abstract and programs run on a machine. Knowing how computers work and how programs run on them is essential to becoming a better programmer. Foundations of Computer Programming fills in the gaps in computer education by giving readers a look under the hood of programming, at the machine. Readers learn how software behaves, how programs manipulate data in memory, how computers process languages, and how web browsers work. They'll also learn how to write efficient programs, computer security basics, and real-world considerations to have in mind when writing code.
Long distance telephone service

The Federal Communications Commission's Regulation of Alternative Operator Services

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations. Government Information, Justice, and Agriculture Subcommittee



Category: Long distance telephone service

Page: 153

View: 602

Man-woman relationships

Secret Service Operator 13

Author: Robert William Chambers



Category: Man-woman relationships

Page: 405

View: 859


Writing of Copy

Author: Otto Kleppner



Category: Advertising

Page: 145

View: 727

United States

The Secret Service, the Field, the Dungeon, and the Escape

Author: Albert Deane Richardson



Category: United States

Page: 512

View: 933

Experiences of a correspondent of the "New York Tribune" within the Confederate lines in 1861, and later with the Union armies and in southern prisons.

G-men, Hoover's FBI in American Popular Culture

Author: Richard Gid Powers



Category: History

Page: 356

View: 859

Examines the changing image of the FBI, looks at the portrayal of crime, criminals, and detectives in the media, and explains how the FBI deliberately cultivated its heroic image