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           This one-of-a-kind resource contains 500 pages of jaw-dropping hacks, mods, and customizations. These include creating mashups with data from other sources such as Flickr, building a space station tracker, hacking Maps with Firefox PiggyBank, and building a complete community site with Maps and Earth. Now you can map out locations, get driving directions, zoom into any point on the globe, display real time traffic, and much more.

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Hacking e-Book -34in1- (AIO)


Hacking e-Book -34in1- (AIO) | 137.37 MB

This AIO have:BlueTooth HackingEthical HackingGoogle HacksHack and Crack
Hack Attacks Revealed
Hack Attacks Testing - How To Conduct Your Own Security Audit
Hack IT Security Through Penetration Testing
Hack Proofing Your Network - Internet Tradecraft
Hack Proofing Your Network Second Edition
Hack Proofing Your Web Server
Hack The Net
Hack Xbox 360
Hackers Black Book
Hacking Firewalls And Networks How To Hack Into Remote Computers
Hacking a Coke Machine
Hacking and Network Defense
Hacking for Dummies
Hacking Intranet Websites
Hacking Techniques
Hacking The Cable Modem
Hacking The Linux
Hacking Web Applications
Hacking Windows XP
Hacking PSP
Kevin Mitnick - The Art of Deception
Kevin Mitnick - The Art of Intrusion
Network Security Hacks - Tips and Tools For Protecting Your Privacy
PayPal Hacks
PC Hacks
Simple Hacks - Addons, Macros And More
The Database Hacker Handbook Defending Database Servers
Wireless Hacking
Wireless Network Hacks and Mods for Dummies

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 Big Book of Windows Hacks


Big Book of Windows Hacks| Size 68.59 MB


O'Reilly Media, Inc.| 2007 | English | ISBN-13: 978-0596528355 | 647 pages | PDF

Bigger, better, and broader in scope, the Big Book of Windows Hacks gives you everything you need to get the most out of your Windows Vista or XP system, including its related applications and the hardware it runs on or connects to. Whether you want to tweak Vista's Aero interface, build customized sidebar gadgets and run them from a USB key, or hack the "unhackable" screensavers, you'll find quick and ingenious ways to bend these recalcitrant operating systems to your will.The Big Book of Windows Hacks focuses on Vista, the new bad boy on Microsoft's block, with hacks and workarounds that also work for Windows XP. You can read each hack in just a few minutes, saving countless hours of searching for the right answer. The step-by-step instructions let you apply the solutions in no time. This book takes you beyond the operating system with hacks for applications like Internet Explorer 7 and Office 2007, andhardware such as the Zune, your wireless router, and the PC itself. The Big Book of Windows Hacks includes: Expanded tutorials, new background material, a series of "quick hacks," and informative sidebars Security hacks, including protection at wireless hotspots, hacking Vista file permissions and user account protection, and more Efficiency hacks, such as tweaking your PChardware, troubleshooting hardware problems, and speeding up system performance Fun hacks, like building a custom Media Center PC or turning a PC into a digital video recorder "Beyond Windows" hacks for running Linux inside Vista, dual-booting Linux/Windows or XP/Vista, or emulate classic video games on your PC In all, this remarkable book contains more than 100 hacks so that the power user in you never again needsto be at the mercy of systems andhardware run by Microsoft's omnipotent Vista and XP operating systems.
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 Hacking Vim: A Cookbook to get the Most out of the Latest Vim Editor

Kim Schulz, “Hacking Vim: A Cookbook to get the Most out of the Latest Vim Editor: From personalizing Vim to productivity optimizations: Recipes to make life easier for experienced Vim users ”

Packt Publishing | 2007 | ISBN: 1847190936 | 228 pages | PDF | 2,6 MB
From personalizing Vim to productivity optimizations: Recipes to make life easier for experienced Vim users
Create, install, and use Vim scripts
Personalize your work-area
Optimize your Vim editor to be faster and more responsive
In Detail
Each chapter of this book deals with a different aspect, and provides recipes for easy-to-use hacks to customize and simplify your Vim experience. After an introduction covering the derivation of Vim and its relatives from the vi editor, the author explains basic changes that you can make to the appearance of the Vim editor. Further chapters cover improved navigation through files and buffers in Vim; speeding up your work with templates, auto-completion, folding, sessions, and registers; and formatting text and code, including using external formatting scripts. The final comprehensive chapter covers everything about using Vim scripts and scripting to extend functionality.
Vim stands for Vi IMproved and is the editor of choice for programmers looking for a highly configurable, stable, open-source, multi-platform text editor. It is included with almost every Linux distribution as the standard text editor, and can be used to work with source code from any language. A big advantage of using Vim is that it can be extensively customized; you can control the basic interface, define personalized key mappings, implement macros, and call external or user-defined scripts. Vim has its own scripting language that allows for plug-in like extensions to enable IDE behavior, syntax scripts and highlighting, color schemes, themes, and utility scripts that can add a wide range of features and functionality. Vim 7.0, for which this book is written, includes spell-checking, code completion, document tabs, current line and column highlighting, undo branches, and more.

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How to Make Software
How to Make Software
An introduction to software development for programmers, developers, coders, hackers, crackers and Joe Public. Writing software is not as complicated as it seems and many projects fail because of the simplest of causes. You don’t have to be a genius to deliver software on time, nor do you have to be steeped in the folklore of a complicated methodology to join the “elite” of the software development world.


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 The Database Hacker’s Handbook: Defending Database Servers

The Database Hackers Handbook: Defending Database Servers
The Database Hacker's Handbook: Defending Database Servers
Product Description
Databases are the nerve center of our economy. Every piece of your personal information is stored there-medical records, bank accounts, employment history, pensions, car registrations, even your children’s grades and what groceries you buy. Database attacks are potentially crippling-and relentless.
In this essential follow-up to The Shellcoder’s Handbook, four of the world’s top security experts teach you to break into and defend the seven most popular database servers. You’ll learn how to identify vulnerabilities, how attacks are carried out, and how to stop the carnage. The bad guys already know all this. You need to know it too.
* Identify and plug the new holes in Oracle and Microsoft(r) SQL Server
* Learn the best defenses for IBM’s DB2(r), PostgreSQL, Sybase ASE, and MySQL(r) servers
* Discover how buffer overflow exploitation, privilege escalation through SQL, stored procedure or trigger abuse, and SQL injection enable hacker access
* Recognize vulnerabilities peculiar to each database
* Find out what the attackers already know

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Hacker Attack, Shield Your Computer From Internet Crime

Hacker Attack, Shield Your Computer From Internet Crime
Sybex Inc; (September 22, 2000) | English | ISBN-10: 0782128300 | 320 pages | PDF | 2.18 MB
Hacker Attack is the only book about computer security that is at once entertaining, understandable, and practical. You’ll be fascinated as you read about hackers, crackers and whackers–people who spend their time trying to break into your computer, spreading computer viruses, or peeping (and recording what they see!) as you surf the Internet or send email.

Best of all, this book provides simple but powerful solutions to all these security needs. It’s all on the book’s CD. Protect yourself right now with firewalls, anonymisers, and virus-guards. This is without doubt the most readable and interesting book about computer security ever written. You’ll enjoy reading it, and you’ll be safe after you’ve followed its advice.

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Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution


Hackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolution (Paperback)
by Steven Levy (Author), Steven Levy (Author)

Steven Levy’s classic book explains why the misuse of the word “hackers” to describe computer criminals does a terrible disservice to many important shapers of the digital revolution. Levy follows members of an MIT model railroad club–a group of brilliant budding electrical engineers and computer innovators–from the late 1950s to the mid-1980s. These eccentric characters used the term “hack” to describe a clever way of improving the electronic system that ran their massive railroad. And as they started designing clever ways to improve computer systems, “hack” moved over with them.

These maverick characters were often fanatics who did not always restrict themselves to the letter of the law and who devoted themselves to what became known as “The Hacker Ethic.” The book traces the history of hackers, from finagling access to clunky computer-card-punching machines to uncovering the inner secrets of what would become the InterneHackers: Heroes of the Computer Revolutiont. This story of brilliant, eccentric, flawed, and often funny people devoted to their dream of a better world will appeal to a wide audience.

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Wi_Foo - The Secrets of wireless Hacking Book Free Download

Publisher : Addison Wesley
Pub Date : June 28, 2004
ISBN : 0-321-20217-1
Pages : 592

The definitive guide to penetrating and defending wireless networks.

Straight from the field, this is the definitive guide to hacking wireless networks. Authored by world-renowned wireless security auditors, this hands-on, practical guide covers everything you need to attack -- or protect -- any wireless network.

The authors introduce the 'battlefield,' exposing today's 'wide open' 802.11 wireless networks and their attackers. One step at a time, you'll master the attacker's entire arsenal of hardware and software tools: crucial knowledge for crackers and auditors alike. Next, you'll learn systematic countermeasures for building hardened wireless 'citadels''including cryptography-based techniques, authentication, wireless VPNs, intrusion detection, and more.

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10 minute guide to lotus notes mail 4.5
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10 minute guide to Microsoft exchange 5.0
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3
10 minute guide to outlook 97
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


4
10 minute guide to schedule+ for windows 95
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


5
ActiveX programming unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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ActiveX programming unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


7
Advanced perl programming
http://www.hk8.org/old_web


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Advanced PL/SQL programming with packages
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


9
Adventure in Prolog/AMZI
www.oopweb.com


10
Algorithms CMSC251/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com


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Alison Balter's Mastering Access 95 development, premier ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/


12
Apache : The definitive guide, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


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Beej's guide to network programming/Hall, Brain
www.oopweb.com


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Beyond Linux from Scratch/BLFS Development Team
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/linux/Administration/Beyond_Linux_From_Scratch

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Borland C++ builder unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Building an intranet with windows NT 4
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Building an Intranet with Windows NT 4
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/


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Building expert systems in prolog/AMZI

www.oopweb.com

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C programming language
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/pl/C/The_C_Programming_Language_by_K&R


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C Programming/Holmes, Steven
www.oopweb.com


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C++ Annotations
www.oopweb.com


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CGI developer's guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/


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CGI manual of style
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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CGI manual of style online
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CGI programming
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


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CGI programming unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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CGI programming with Perl, 2nd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


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Charlie Calvert's Borland C++ builder unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/


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Client/server computing, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Client-server computing, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Common LISP, the language/Steele, Guy
www.oopweb.com

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Compilers and compiler generators : an introduction with C++/Terry, P.D.
www.oopweb.com


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Complete idiot's guide to creating HTML webpage
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Computer graphics CMSC 427/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com


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Configuring and troubleshooting the windows NT/95 registry
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Creating commercial websites
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Creating web applets with Java
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Crystal Reports.NET
http://www.crystalreportsbook.com/Chapters.asp


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Curious about the internet
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Curious about the internet?
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Dan appleman's developing activeX components with Visual Basic 5
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Dan appleman's developing activex components with Visual Basic 5.0
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Data structures CMSC420/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com

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Database developer's guide with visual basic 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Database developer's guide with Visual Basic 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Database developer's guide with Visual C++ 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Database developer's guide with Visual C++ 4, 2nd.ed.
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Design and analysis of computer algorithms CMSC451/Mount, David
www.oopweb.com


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Designing implementing Microsoft internet information server
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Designing implementing Microsoft proxy server
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Developing for netscape one
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Developing intranet applications with java
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Developing personal oracle 7 for windows 95 applications
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Developing personal Oracle 7 for windows 95 applications
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Developing professional java applets
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Developing professional java applets
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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DNS and BIND
http://www.hk8.org/old_web


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Doing objects with VB.NET and C#
http://vbwire.com/nl?6814


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EAI/BPM Evaluation Series: IBM WebSphere MQ Workflow v3.3.2 & EAI Suite by
> Middleware Technology Evaluation Series, Phong Tran & Jeffrey Gosper


http://www.cmis.csiro.au/mte/reports/BPM_IBMwebsphereMQ332.htm

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Effective AWK programming
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/os/shell/Effective_AWK_Programming


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Enterprise javabeans, 2nd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


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Exploring java
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


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GNOME/Sheets, John
www.oopweb.com


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Graph theory/Prof. Even
www.oopweb.com


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Hacking java
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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How intranets work
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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How intranets work
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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How to program visual basic 5.0
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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How to use HTML 3.2
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Html : The definitive guide
http://www.hk8.org/old_web


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HTML 3.2 & CGI unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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HTML 3.2 and CGI professional reference edition unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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HTML by example
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib

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Internet firewall
http://www.hk8.org/old_web


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Intranets unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books

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Introduction to object-oriented programming using C++/Muller, Peter
www.oopweb.com
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Introduction to programming using Java/Eck, David
www.oopweb.com

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Introduction to socket programming
http://book.onairweb.net/computer/network/An_Introduction_to_Socket_Programming/
Java 1.1 unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Java 1.1 unleashed, 2nd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Java 1.1 unleashed, 3rd.ed.
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Java 114 documentation
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Java AWT reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/
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Java by example
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/


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Java developer's guide
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Java developer's guide
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib/


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Java developer's reference
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm


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Java developer's reference
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib


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Java Distributed computing
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


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Java enterprise
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


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Java enterprise in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


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Java foundation classes in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


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Java fundamental classes reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/

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Java in a nutshell
http://www.hk8.org/old_web


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Java in a nutshell, 3rd.ed.
http://www.hk8.org/old_web


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Java language reference
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


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Java security
http://www.hk8.org/old_web


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Java servlet programming
http://www.hk8.org/old_web/


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Java unleashed
http://www.parsian.net/set1252/pages/books.htm

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Java unleashed
http://www.emu.edu.tr/english/facilitiesservices/computercenter/bookslib