Forsaken_GA wrote: »
POSNA I could I be a little more forgiving on, it's a weighty tome, but it's still worth it's weight in gold. The day I got my copy, I took it into work (was at a previous job) and started reading excerpts in the NOC, generally those regarding good practices.
Slowhand wrote: »
I have to admit, I've had this on my wishlist for a while, as well: Zero Day: A Novel.
On the one hand, it looks to be another attempt to make hacking into an Ocean's 11 style heist, in the flavor of Tom Clancy style political intrigue. On the other, it's written by Mark Russinovich. I might pick it up sometime soon, just to sate my curiosity.
Zartanasaurus wrote: »
Absolute C++ - Great, great, great book for anyone looking to learn C++ from scratch. I went through several other books trying to find a good intro book and this one is absolutely it. I'm trying to get ready for a C++ Data Structures class and I took Java I & II about 7 years ago, so I don't remember a thing.
tpatt100 wrote: »
I have had this book on my Amazon wish list for a while. I am not buying the Wireshark book until I am actually ready to drop the money to take the test.Amazon.com: Wireshark Network Analysis: The Official Wireshark Certified Network Analyst Study Guide (978189393999: Laura Chappell, Gerald Combs: Books
veritas_libertas wrote: »
That is one of the books I want to open after I finish the CCNA, but only after, because if I start opening the book I'm sure I'll get distracted
Xcluziv wrote: »
Here are a couple books I started perusing
...Amazon.com: Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Developer Reference (9780735639034): Paolo Pialorsi: Books
Slowhand wrote: »
There are lost of books I need to read, but there's one that I found at the local Border's the other day that I wish I had the time to sit down and read through:Hacking Exposed: Computer Forensics