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The Linux Development Platform

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The Linux Development Platform
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Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
ISBN/ASIN: 0130091154
ISBN-13: 9780130091154
Number of pages: 320

Description:
Tools for high-efficiency Linux development in enterprise environments. Linux developers have access to an extraordinary array of GNU and open source tools. Now, two leading Linux developers show how to choose the best tools for your specific needs, and integrate them into a complete development environment that maximizes your effectiveness in any project, no matter how large or complex.

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