IT Books

Reference books help people in IT learn new technology's.

Most programmers I know have a slew of "Reference books".

Personally, I have in no particular order:

  • Visual Basic Business Objects
  • Oracle 8i
  • SQL Server 2000 Reference
  • Active Server Pages 3.0
  • Active Server Pages 3.0
  • Visual Basic 6
  • Java in a Nutshell
  • JSP Java Server Pages
  • ADO 2.0
  • HTML Programmers Reference
  • Don't make me think
  • Javascript Reference
  • VB.net
  • ASP.net 2.0 c#
  • Moving to VB.net
  • SQL Server for mere mortals
  • Crystal Reports 10 for dummies
  • Crystal Reports 10
  • System Development
  • Introducing .net
  • Microsoft OLAP Solutions
  • and SQL Server 2005 Reporting Services

Almost all books were bought in the 1990's and early 2000.

I bought Stacia's book after attending the Tampa Bay BI Pre-Conference in January of 2011.

It's interesting to see other people's book collection at work.

I think you can tell a lot about a person by the books they have.

What's the most unusual book you've seen lately?

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