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Are there any good books that are filled with computer terminology? Especially ones geared towards software terms. As a side note Code Complete is one of the best sotware books i have read (i haven''t read the whole thing) but it doesn''t talk about any langage specifically, it just talks about how to create programs efficiently and how good programmers differ from excellent programmers.

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If you are interested in tech terms try http://whatis.techtarget.com/

Code Complete is an awesome book, the best thing M$ ever produced ever. It belongs in every developers library.

If you are into client/server software and stuff, I ran across this book called "Client/Server Survival Guide". It explains all the big movements in the client/server world today and a ton of client/server tech terms. Probably not worth buying, but I'm glad I grabbed it from the library when I saw it.

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[edited by - Z01 on September 1, 2002 1:39:10 PM]

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I''ve read Code Complete, it is amazing. I can''t believe that microsoft made this (Accutally one guy wrote it right?

You go from investigating the problem of communicating as a child, through developing an assembly language for a virtual computer.

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