Link o' the Day: Beej!

Posted on July 24, 2010 by Tommy McGuire
Labels: software development, protocols, books
Beej has a blog! Who knew? And a pretty interesting one at that.

Speaking of Beej, Beej's Guide to Network Programming is available from Lulu. For the modest sum of $19.99, you can have a copy of the monumental work that has launched a thousand packets, made from real dead trees. Well, the packets aren't made from dead trees, the book is. Or something. I'm probably a little old for Beej's Guide, since I don't remember hearing about it until well after I'd made most of the networking mistakes. But I have been pointing people at it for something like a decade.
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