Computing Books published by Penguin
The following is a list of Computing Books published by Penguin 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 published by Penguin in our collection :
How the boys of Silicon Valley make their Millions, battle foreign competition, and still can't get a date.
Date: 1st January 1984
Getting The Most From Your Lynx
Getting The Most From Your Lynx - The indispensable guide to your Home Computer
SO YOU'VE JUST BOUGHT A LYNX
But how does it work? What can it do? How can you use it for games? How do you write programs? How do you produce graphics? What do you do if something goes wrong?
Getting The Most From Your Lynx is a comprehensive and carefully designed introduction to your machine. The book is written and edited by professional journalists and writers and, through the use of diagrams, colour photographs, programs, entertaining examples and informative appendices, it takes you, in a clear and painless way, from the elements of computing through to mastery of your machine.
From the standard 48k machine, which is an ideal computer for the beginner, you can, if you wish, upgrade to a fully fledged business system running applications software under CP/M. Whether it is games or word-processing, the Lynx takes it all in its stride! If you want to understand what your Lynx is really capable of doing, then this is the book for you.
Author: Steven Jedowski
The Penguin Book of Personal Computing
'The Penguin Book of Personal Computing forms a complete, illustrated, easy-to-follow course for everyone who is considering buying a microcomputer, or already has access to one and wants to know how it can be used.'
Author: John Graham