[Noisebridge-discuss] Book donations?
neilk at brevity.org
Fri Apr 6 00:54:31 PDT 2012
I am getting transitioning to a mostly-digital library. My paper books
need a home.
I'm eliminating the weaker or older books. The following books all have
a lot of timeless wisdom, or are recent and interesting.
Is it ok to just drop them in the library area of NB, or are there
already too many?
Alternatively, I can donate them to a single individual on this list.
Programming Erlang Armstrong new
Mastering Regular Expressions Jeffrey Friedl timeless
Mythical Man Month 20th Anniversary edition Fred Brooks timeless
PeopleWare Tom DeMarco old/classic
Structure & Interpretation of Computer Programs Abelson & Sussman timeless
The Practice of Programming Kernighan & Pike newish/classic
Coders at Work Peter Seibel new/timeless
Common as Air Lewis Hyde new/classic
Higher Order Perl Mark-Jason Dominus old/classic
Oracle Design David Ensor & Ian Stevenson old
Real World Haskell O'Sullivan, Goerzen & Stewart new
The Art of Capacity Planning John Allspaw new
The C Programming Language Kernighan & Ritchie timeless
The Official OpenGL Library OpenGL ARB old/classic
The Wealth of Networks Jochai Benkler new/classic
Unix Systems Programing for SVR4 David A. Curry old
Working Effectively With Legacy Code Feathers newish/classic
Neil Kandalgaonkar <neilk at brevity.org>
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