Computing Books written by Rodnay ZaksThe following is a list of Computing Books written by Rodnay Zaks 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 7 Computing Books written by Rodnay Zaks in our collection :
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Rodnay Zaks; [cover design and graphics by Daniel Le Noury, technical ill. by J. Trujillo Smith]
Publisher: [Berkeley, Calif.] : Sybex, c1980.
ISBN: 0895880482 DDC: 1.6425 LCC: QA76.6 Edition: (pbk.)
Dewey Class: 1.6425 -- Knowledge
LCC Number: QA76.6
This book is a complete and detailed introduction to microprocessors and microcomputer systems. Easy to read, even for the novice, it covers the concepts, techniques and chips used to create systems. The standard design techniques presented are applicable to nearly all microprocessors. This highly acclaimed textbook is used by educational institutions worldwide. No prior electronic or computer training is necessary.
Programming the 6502 (Paperback)
by Rodnay Zaks (Author)
Paperback: 386 pages
Publisher: Sybex Inc.,U.S.; 3rd edition (September 1980)
Paperback: 620 pages
3rd edition (June 1981)
"When I was first charged with the lightning bolt of the promise of software possibilities, I found this book. It helped me see how to view a microprocessor's capability in a comfortable, natural progression of understanding. It provided me what I wanted to know where I expected to find it. The references to related information, missing in most documentation, always seemed to be both appropriate and conveniently located. It was as if Zaks knew my own, unique desire to learn and how it naturally unfolded. It felt as though he had prepared each of the steps that I would need by having been where I was. It served me tirelessly as a reference until it fell apart. Books of this type are hard to find today."
"When I was first starting to program I came across this book. It was not only a well written, complete reference on the Z-80, it was a perfect reference book. Now, when I program, I generally need several reference books hanging around. Mr. Zaks said it all, cleanly, concisely. Any success I had in my later programming, I have always felt that his book was at the core."
"Every thing about the Z80 you want to know, and more."