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DIY (Do It Yourself) Home network (926 KB)
My wife and I recently concluded a two-year home design and construction odyssey and finally moved into our new home. We found the process to be exciting, exhausting, frustrating and nerve-wracking, but the end result to be immensely satisfying. As you might guess, among my responsibilities in this project was figuring out what to do about our new home's data, phone and multimedia distribution.
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LAN Party (961 KB)
So you have been going to LAN parties for a while and know that they can fun and exciting experience for you as a gamer. But, somehow you have gotten the idea into your head that it would be even more fun to host a party yourself. Do you just setup some tables, plug in some power strips, buy a switch big enough to handle the number of players you're planning on and send out the invites?
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Expert C Programming - Deep C Secrets (1.98 MB)
C Programming is craft that takes years to perfect. A reasonably sharp person can learn the basics of C quite quickly. But it takes much longer to master the nuances of the language and do write enough programs, and enough different programs, to become an expert. In natural language terms, this is the difference between being able to order a cup of coffee in Paris, and being able to tell a native Parisienne where to get off. This book is an advanced text on the ANSI C programming language. It is intended to the people who are already writing programs, and who want to quickly pick up some of the insights and techniques of experts.

Object Oriented Programming with C (917 KB)
No programming techniques solves all problems.
No programming language produces only correct results.
No programmer should start each project from scratch.
Object-oriented programming is current cure-all -- although it has been around for much more then ten years. At the core, there is little more to it then finally applying the good programming principles which have been taught for more then twenty years. C++ is the new language because it is object oriented -- although you need not use it that way if you do not want to, and it turn out that you can do just as well with plain ANSI-C. Only object oriented permits code reuse between projects -- although the idea of subroutines is as old as computers and good programmers always carried their toolkits and libraries with them.

Visual Basic 6 Black Book (1.87 MB)
Welcome to your visual basic support package. That's what this book has been designed to be: your complete VB support package. Have we reached that goal yet? It's up to you to decide.
Windows Vista Step-by-Step Guide for IT Professionals (1.9 MB)
Deploying Vista.
Managing group policy ADMX files.
Performance monitoring and tuning.
Print management.
Controlling device installation with group policy.
Trusted platform module services.
User account control.
Windows system resource manager.
Windows vista beta 2 Bit Locker drive encryption.
Windows vista beta 2 migration.
Windows vista beta 2 shared view.
Windows vista mobile device center.
Windows vista speech recognition.
NAP intro.