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Bócscielfan: Science - Rímcræft - Computer Science - Rímung - Information Technology - Sprǽca - Mennischád - Arts - Gamen - Study guides - Getrahtnode trahtas - Miscellaneous - Hú-tó - Ealla frema Wicibéc Template loop detected: Bysen:Bócscielfe

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Wilcume to þǽre IT Bócscielfan. On þisse scielfan canst þu findan trahtbéc on programming, hardware, and other IT (Information Technology) topics. General computer books such as Software and Operating System guides can now be found on the Computing bookshelf. Advanced topics and academic books such as Programming, Computer Theory, and Software design can now be found on the Computer Science bookshelf

I propose that this bookshelf be split into two - a 'Computing bookshelf' (which already exists but is empty) and an 'Information Science' bookshelf. This could separate academic and advanced technical topics from general computing and troubleshooting books (for example). Any thoughts should be directed to the discussion page associated with this bookshelf. Robcowie 17:11, 20 Feb 2005 (UTC)

Programming

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Suggested Wikibooks: Visual Basic .NET, Apache Cocoon, Commons Digester Differeneces between Bash & Bourne


Certification

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Wicibōce Fulfealdunge Stapas
Þynnol traht: 00%.png Fulfealdende traht: 25%.png Rīpiende traht: 50%.svg Fulfealden traht: 75%.svg Brād traht: 100%.png

Wilcume to þǽre IT Bócscielfan. On þisse scielfan canst þu findan trahtbéc on programming, hardware, and other IT (Information Technology) topics. General computer books such as Software and Operating System guides can now be found on the Computing bookshelf. Advanced topics and academic books such as Programming, Computer Theory, and Software design can now be found on the Computer Science bookshelf

I propose that this bookshelf be split into two - a 'Computing bookshelf' (which already exists but is empty) and an 'Information Science' bookshelf. This could separate academic and advanced technical topics from general computing and troubleshooting books (for example). Any thoughts should be directed to the discussion page associated with this bookshelf. Robcowie 17:11, 20 Feb 2005 (UTC)

Programming

Frema Wicibéc:

Suggested Wikibooks: Visual Basic .NET, Apache Cocoon, Commons Digester Differeneces between Bash & Bourne


Certification

Active Wikibooks:

Suggested Wikibooks: Network+, Security+, i-Net+, Server+