Title: My Mother Was a Computer Author: N. Katherine Hayles Genre: Literary Criticism Publisher: University of Chicago Press Release Date: March 15, 2010 Pages: 288 We live in a world, according to N. Katherine Hayles, where new languages are constantly emerging, proliferating, and fading into obsolescence. These are languages of our own making: the programming […]
Title: Before the Computer Author: James W. Cortada Genre: Technology & Engineering Publisher: Princeton University Press Release Date: 2000 Pages: 350 An investigation of the American data processing industry, from its 19th-century inception to the 20th century reliance on computing systems. The author describes how many instruments used by earlier offices, such as typewriters, tabulating […]
Title: Careers in Computer Science and Programming Author: Jeri Freedman Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group Release Date: January 15, 2011 Pages: 80 Presents the different computer science and programming careers available today. It provides practical advice on obtaining each of these careers, including educational requirements and necessary training.
Title: The Computer Boys Take Over Author: Nathan L. Ensmenger Genre: Computers Publisher: MIT Press Release Date: August 24, 2012 Pages: 336 This is a book about the computer revolution of the mid-twentieth century and the people who made it possible. Unlike most histories of computing, it is not a book about machines, inventors, or […]
Title: Milestones in Computer Science and Information Technology Author: Edwin D. Reilly Genre: Computers Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group Release Date: 2003 Pages: 380 Contains over 650 entries detailing the evolution of computing, including companies, machines, developments, inventions, parts, languages, and theories.
Title: Computer Science Author: Carl French Genre: Computers Publisher: Cengage Learning Emea Release Date: January 1, 1996 Pages: 512 ‘An excellent course text around which to base lectures.’ ‘Well structured, not too complicated, breaks down topics into easily assimilated components.’ ‘The most comprehensive around …’ Lecturers This highly popular text is used on a wide […]
Title: Computer and Intrusion Forensics Author: George M. Mohay Genre: Computers Publisher: Artech House Release Date: January 1, 2003 Pages: 395 A comprehensive and broad introduction to computer and intrusion forensics, designed to help you master the tools, techniques and underlying concepts. It presents case studies from around the world, and covers the areas of […]
Title: Encyclopedia of Computer Science and Technology Author: Harry Henderson Genre: Computers Publisher: Facts on File Release Date: 2009 Pages: 580 Offers more than six hundred alphabetically arranged, cross-referenced entries covering such computer-related topics as the Internet, structured programming, identity theft, blogging, cyberterrorism, and Wikipedia.