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The complexity of the world of computers and the Internet combined with the fast pace of technological advancement means that there is an ever growing book resource. The overall category of IT Ebooks has a number of different sub-categories that make up the rather generic title of IT.

Software controls everything and somebody has to write the software in a programming language. There are many computer programming books covering all the software languages (Python, Java, C++, ruby, Perl, etc.) that will teach you to be a software developer.

This barely touches the surface on what is covered in the free IT Books category but take a look at what we have at obooko and download some free computer books today.

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Here, we’ll highlight just a few of the main topics of IT Ebooks:

Business technology is concerned with all aspects of IT (Information Technology) used in the running of an enterprise. In large companies this might be an ERP system that links manufacturing to logistics and accounting. CRM software will support the sales and marketing functions, software like PeopleSoft will support the HR function etc. Every part of a business has some kind of software to support it. There are plenty of free computer books to learn how to use that software.

Many roles within IT and computer programming will require professional certification especially if you are training others or providing consulting services. Unfortunately, you will need to study, so better get those IT eBooks out! One of the more fast paced areas is computer science which includes further sub topics such as machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), simulation, cybernetics and robotics. There's a lot to learn in this area and picking up programming books on fundamentals will help. Maybe you-re designing the next autonomous car or a robot to do the dishes.

Big data is a buzzword used a lot right now and involves taking huge disparate datasets and analysing the content to gain business or social insights. IBM’s Watson would fall in this category.

Audio and visual (video and photography) has gone almost exclusively digital. To get the output complicated equipment and software is required to make it work. Related is graphics and design. Again, a very high tech software driven industry today.

There have always been DIY enthusiasts in the computer and tech space. In fact, some of the big names started out like that – Steve Jobs for example. There is no shortage of free IT books on projects that the amateur at home can build.

The Internet and social media is one of the biggest sub categories. You can find many free IT books and IT ebooks on this topic. The growth of social media has created the need for information on how to manage social media, how to use it to build businesses or to highlight causes.

Networking and cloud computing is important particularly for the business. As we move more and more applications and data off physical servers in the office and into the cloud, it creates a whole new set of challenges. Free IT ebooks on how to manage those networks so that when we need something it is available, and on how to keep systems secure from hackers.



IT Ebooks & Computer Programming Books

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Content by Cory Doctorow
The Minimum You Need to Know about Java and xBaseJ Roland Hughes
TrendSiters - Digital Content and Web Technologies - Sam Vaknin
Social Bookmarking Intelligence - Laura Maya
An Introduction to the Corps of Marine Trained Messiahnists!  Mike Knowles
SharePoint Designer 2010 Essentials - Destin Joy and Mahesh Chand
Art of War once Moore by Sander R.B.E. Beals
The Wealth of Networks - Yochai Benkler
Greening IT by various authors and contributors
Free for All by Peter Wayner
Invent Your Own Computer Games with Python by Al Sweigart
From Exchange to Contributions by Christian Siefkes
Wireless Networking in the Developing World - wndw
10 Laps around Silverlight 5 - Michael Crump
How to get your Factory Restore back by Fuzzball
Monetizing Online Forums by Patrick O'Keefe
CMMI Implementation Guide by Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy
Jumpstart to Software Quality Assurance by Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy
How to Succeed with Distance Education by Dr. Bryan Walker
Producing Open Source Software By Karl Fogel
Barefoot into Cyberspace By Becky Hogge
The Linux Command Line by William Shotts
GnuPG High Level Cryptography
Software and Mind - Andrei Sorin
Science in Crisis. By Manjunath.R
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One of our popular free IT ebooks is Greening IT by various authors and contributors of Internet books - here is a snippet: This change in the hardware status quo changed the software paradigm as well. Rather than sharing software stored on a central mainframe computer, individual users enjoyed individual copies of software applications installed on each personal computer. Because each user ran software on his/her own dedicated PC this new model of computing avoided the difficulties of dividing CPU-time among multiple simultaneous users