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  • Started 1 year ago by PackDrill
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PackDrill
PackDrill
Posts: 159

Hey folks, I was wondering if you guys have a list of books you can recommend to read to learn more subjects such as:
Java
A+
C++
Hardware basics / advanced
Software basics

-I've been really enjoying how "___ for dummies" books have their layout, easy to read and understand for even the lowest of tech level.
I know there are many updated years of "for dummies" books and multiple ones that cover same topics, so I don't want to buy similar ones.

My best is with Hardware, I can build, is all about it, I know all specs behind what I'm doing etc, but not like a pro, wish to learn a bit more on that as well.
But software, HTML, Flash, Java, Web building I know very little of.
*I prefer in books because I need to always get in the habit of reading more books then just web pages (get too distracted)*

Any help would much be appreciated, and shared among others too.
Thanks :)

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peternik
Posts: 4

google is always your best friend when you try to look for such info.

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warlock
warlock
Posts: 4100

http://www.howtogeek.com/forum.....replies=41 Something in this list may be of help.

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PackDrill
PackDrill
Posts: 159

Well guys I prefered perhaps books because I get too distracted if it's off screen for now.

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GuiltySpark
GuiltySpark
Posts: 4024

Check some of the links here : http://www.gtslearning.com/com.....materials/

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whs
whs
Posts: 17584

This is pretty good for C++ and learning programming in general. http://www.isotton.com/devel/docs/lcpp/

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