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Two New Book Reviews
November 21, 2005 @ 06:20:47

Codewalkers.com has posted two new book reviews on their site today, one dealing with PHP, the other, Linux tips and reference.

A couple of new book reviews have been posted. One for Pro PHP Security and the other for Linux in a Nutshell.

The Linux in a Nutshell book (O'Reilly) covers everything from simple usage of the system (commands) all the way out to using CVS/Subversion to manage your code. They give it a favorible review, too - stating that it's a good read for any "future system administrator".

The Pro PHP Security book (Apress) is reviewed to be more of a general reference kind of book on the topic, not focusing down on any one real topic. Instead, it looks more to the system administration side of things to handle the security...

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