When Computing Got Personal: A history of the desktop computer (Matt Publishing)
Thursday, 13 March 2014

How a handful of geeks and mavericks dragged the computer out of corporate back rooms and laboratories and into our living rooms and offices. It is a tale not only of extraordinary innovation and vision but also of cunning business deals, boardroom tantrums and acrimonious lawsuits. Here you will find some of the most intelligent and eccentric people you could hope to meet.

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Author: Matt Nicholson
Publisher: Matt Publishing
Date: February 20, 2014
Pages: 302
ISBN: 978-0992777418

 

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Civility in the Digital Age

Author: Andrea Weckerle
Publisher: Que
Pages: 320
ISBN: 978-0789750242
Audience: Individuals and businesses
Rating: 4.5
Reviewer: Sue Gee

Partly a wake up call, mainly a call for action, and finally an action plan, who should read this book?



Applied WPF 4 in Context

Author: Raffaele Garofalo
Publisher: Apress
Pages: 352
ISBN: 978-1430234708
Aimed at: Neither beginners nor anyone wanting a hand-on approach
Rating: 3
Pros: Discussion of higher architectural and design considerations
Cons: Imbalance of levels
Reviewed by: Mike James

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