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Computing Books published by Wiley

The following is a list of Computing Books published by Wiley 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 8 Computing Books published by Wiley in our collection :
Order By : Title - Release Date - Publisher
8080/Z80 Assembly Language Date: 1981 8080/Z80 Assembly Language

8080/Z80 assembly language: techniques for improved programming
by Alan R. Miller
Publisher: New York : Wiley, c1981.
ISBN: 0471081248   DDC: 1.642   LCC: QA76.8  
Includes index.
Dewey Class: 1.642 -- Knowledge
LCC Number: QA76.8

Book Details:
Language: eng
Physical Description: x, 318 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.


Publisher: Wiley
Author: Alan R. Miller

A guide to ALGOL programming Date: 1962 A guide to ALGOL programming

Publisher: Wiley
Author: Daniel D McCracken

A Guide To Fortran IV Programming Date: 1965 A Guide To Fortran IV Programming

First Edition

Publisher: Wiley
Author: Daniel D McCracken
Platform: Fortran

Atari Basic XL Edition Date: 1985 Atari Basic XL Edition

A self-teaching guide, shows how to adapt BASIC to the Atari XL series.

Publisher: Wiley
Author: Bob Albrecht, Leroy Finkel, Jerald R Brown
Platform: Atari

Hard Drive - Bill Gates and the Making of the Microsoft Empire Date: 1992 Hard Drive - Bill Gates and the Making of the Microsoft Empire

A biography of Bill Gates published in 1992.

Publisher: Wiley
Author: James Wallace and Jim Erickson

Mac OS X Tiger for Dummies Date: 2005 Mac OS X Tiger for Dummies

"Fully updated! Covers the new features of Mac OS X v10.4"

ISBN 0-7645-7675-5

Publisher: Wiley
Author: Bob LeVitus

Pascal Programming Date: 15th October 1980 Pascal Programming

(Wiley Series in Computing)

Laurence Atkinson (Author

Paperback: 438 pages
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell (15 Oct 1980)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0471277746
ISBN-13: 978-0471277743
Product Dimensions: 22.6 x 15 x 2.6 cm

Publisher: Wiley
Author: Laurence Atkinson
Platform: Pascal

The Supermen: The Story of Seymour Cray and the Technical Wizards Behind the Supercomputer Date: January 1997 The Supermen: The Story of Seymour Cray and the Technical Wizards Behind the Supercomputer

The Story of Seymour Cray and the Technical Wizards Behind the Supercomputer
by Charles J. Murray
Hardcover: 232 pages
Publisher: Wiley (January 1997)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0471048852
ISBN-13: 978-0471048855

Reviews: Review
The story of supercomputing is only partially about technology. More than anything, it's about the gifted, brilliant, and often eccentric individuals who knew how to use that technology in new ways to do amazing things. Perhaps the most amazing of the bunch was Seymour Cray, the bureaucracy-intolerant genius with the barnstorming mind whose name has become synonymous with supercomputers. Charles Murray gives us an insightful and often thrilling and sometimes amusing look into how Cray and his genius companions took computers to new heights and humbled companies like Control Data and IBM.

From Publishers Weekly
Before Bill Gates ever tinkered with an operating system, one name represented the cutting edge of computing technology: Seymour Cray. He pioneered the supercomputer and honed that edge through each model he engineered, including those built under the auspices of two companies he founded-Control Data Corporation and Cray Research. In this engrossing study, Murray, a senior editor at Design News magazine, follows the development and influence of the supercomputer from its origins as a WWII codebreaking machine through its Cold War application in developing nuclear weapons to its modern-day uses in weather research and other fields. Along the way, he shows clearly how the supercomputer brought us from the age of punchcards and vacuum tubes to that of transistors and, now, silicon chips. Drawing from extensive interviews, including the final one Cray gave before his death earlier this year from injuries sustained in a car crash, Murray also explores the personal side of the engineer, whose reputation as a brilliant, anti-corporate workaholic gave him legendary status in the computer industry. Murray's prose emphasizes information over liveliness, but his book, with its balanced mix of biography, history and technology, should interest more general readers as well as the digerati.
Copyright 1996 Reed Business Information, Inc.

Publisher: Wiley

Platform: Cray

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