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Wrox Beginning Guides are carefully crafted to make learning to program easier than you think. How? Well, it's not magic, just a great deal of experience, care, and thought about how people learn best. First, we build a solid understanding of the language. Then we teach practical programming skills by applying that knowledge in realistic examples. We go from the basics ...more
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Ivor Horton is self-employed in consultancy and writes programming tutorials. He started out as a mathematician, but shortly after graduating, he was lured into messing about with computers by a well-known manufacturer. Horton's experience at IBM includes programming in most languages (like assembler and high-level languages on a variety of machines), real-time programming, and designing and ...more
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