Computing Books written by Mike JamesThe following is a list of Computing Books written by Mike James in the Centre for Computing History collection. It is not an exhaustive list of and other books may have been published. If you have a book that you would like to donate to our collection, please view our donations page.
There are 6 Computing Books written by Mike James in our collection :
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ANATOMY OF THE DRAGON...by Mike James..(Sigma).6.95.
Dragon Data Approved.
This book is for anyone wanting to know how their Dragon works and how to control it from BASIC. It describes the Dragon's hardware and software from the point of view of a BASIC programmer. It introduces a number of new graphics modes, and explains how GET and PUT can be used to create user- defined graphics, shows how to disable the BREAK key and a great deal more.
This book describes techniques of animation, sketching and painting, interactive graphics and realistic 3-D graphics including perspective and stereoscopic images - all of which can be achieved entirely from BASIC. Many of the techniques described are normally thought of as advanced but they are introduced in a practical way with plenty of programming examples.
Low Cost Personal Computer Networking
Series: Heinemann newtech
His is a study of local area networks which emphasizes the low cost and practical aspects of networking and explains how machines such as the Amstrad PC can be used to automate a small to medium-sized business. The text is aimed specifically at managers who must decide how best to allocate computer resources and the system designer/installer who wants to set up a small... more » scale LAN
Publisher: Granada Publishing