We are pleased to announce the brand-new Linux Journal 2011 eBook. This eBook includes all 12 issues published in 2011. In addition to convenient reflowing text, enjoy search, bookmarking and other features using your favorite eReader software.
This new compilation of all 12 issues from 2011 is organized much like our popular Archive DVD and contains all of the articles from 2011 in one easily navigable file. We hope fans of eReader formats find this exciting, as it includes earlier issues not previously available for eReaders.
Issues included are:
Linux Journal Issue #201/January 2011 - Focus: System Administration
Linux Journal Issue #202/February 2011 - Focus: Desktop
Linux Journal Issue #203/March 2011 - Focus: Mobile
Linux Journal Issue #204/April 2011 - Focus: Web Development
Linux Journal Issue #205/May 2011 - Focus: Security
Linux Journal Issue #206/June 2011 - Focus: Embedded
Linux Journal Issue #207/July 2011 - Focus: Cool Projects
Linux Journal Issue #208/August 2011 - Focus: Community
Linux Journal Issue #209/September 2011 - Focus: Programming
Linux Journal Issue #210/October 2011 - Focus: Networking
Linux Journal Issue #211/November 2011 - Focus: Hack This
Linux Journal Issue #212/December 2011 - Focus: Readers' Choice
|Sold by:||Barnes & Noble|
|File size:||17 MB|
|Note:||This product may take a few minutes to download.|
About the Author
In-depth information provides a full 360-degree look at featured topics relating to Linux, giving a comprehensive source of everything readers need for creating and completing their own projects -- not just tools they will use today, but relevant and encompassing information they will turn to in future months and years. In addition to how-to content, Linux Journal includes opinions, new product information, profiles of leaders making major contributions in Open Source and product reviews. It also covers business, social and technical news and developments in order to fulfill its mission as the central forum and advocate for the greater Linux community throughout the world.
If you use Linux, you should be reading Linux Journal.