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1. Linux Journal
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2. Java Developers Journal
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3. Computer Arts
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4. Game Developer
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5. Circuit Cellar
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6. Msdn Magazine
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7. Software Development
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8. Net Developers Journal
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9. Practical Web Projects
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10. Foxpro Advisor
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11. Realbasic Developer : The Magazine
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12. Network World
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13. Php Architect
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14. Linux Format - Incls Linux Format
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15. Information Security
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16. Math Horizons
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17. Teaching Children Mathematics
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18. Dm Review
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19. Digital Imaging
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20. Groupwise Advisor

1. Linux Journal
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Asin: B00006KM5R
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Specialized Sys Consultant Inc
Sales Rank: 416
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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Devoted to information on Linux technologies.
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5-0 out of 5 stars Best for Linux
This is the absolute best Linux mag out there, and can be read by new users and professionals both. Linux is a powerful and versatile OS and this magazine highlights its applications, inner workings, and any other information the average Linux user would want. Overall, a well written periodical with valuable information in every issue.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best
I have been a Linux Journal subscriber since 1996. I look forward to its arrival in my snail mail box every month. It contains articles for varing levels of understanding, and is very informative. Some just right for me, and some of it is over my head. It introduces programs that I didn't know existed, new products, and instructions on how to do things. Don't listen to those who say that this is a lousy publication. The Linux Journal is after all an engineering style journal. I wouldn't trade it for anything.

3-0 out of 5 stars Like reading Dr Dobbs Journal
Only its about Linux..

For the same reasons I hate reading Dr. Dobbs the text format is
hard to read, lots of ads about vendors nobody really cares to hear about, and lots of yet another vendor leveraging something on the community.

I prefer Linux Format to this magazine.. Its chocked full of more stuff and sometimes comes with a CD full of slackware 8.1 and other utilities.. Its what I'm getting myself for Christmas..

3-0 out of 5 stars Shares the strengths and weaknesses of Linux
Linux is a very versatile OS, but it requires more technical know-how than Windows to use it well. The same could be said of this magazine. It covers a wide variety of Linux related topics, from kernel programming to user applications. This breadth is a double-edged sword: I usually find about half the articles useful and half I have little interest in. The instructions almost always require some relatively sophisticated knowledge of Linux system administration, and sometimes assume one already has that knowledge.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Stuff
This is a great magazine with information for every linux user, newbie's will learn, and guru's will delight. ... Read more


2. Java Developers Journal
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Asin: B00006KJN2
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Sys-con Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 2100
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent
One of the few excellent Java magazines widely available. Recommended for all levels, but like with other magazines, the more advanced levels do not get as much coverage. If there is only one Java magazine to get, this one is probably it.

5-0 out of 5 stars No need to b uy Linux Journal with JDJ because...
...the publishers of JDJ now publish LBT too: Linux Business & Technology. Just as good as all their 9 Internet technology titles! (see LinuxBusinessandTechnology.com)

5-0 out of 5 stars Itis only JDJ that keeps me going in the Java world...
...since its obvious that there are other avenues these days such as .NET (sorry, Mr McNealy). But Java Dvelopr's Juornal somehow inspires me each month to Keep The Faith. It's the best of breed that's unquestionable.

5-0 out of 5 stars This is the ultimate resource for java developers
Sys-con does a great job at all their magazines. The articles are very informative and code-samples are clear and to the point. Can't wait for the .NET Developer Journal appearing in January 2003.

The only objection I have is the price; but I guess we have to pay for quality. ... Read more


3. Computer Arts
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Asin: B00006K9SQ
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd
Sales Rank: 867
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars great tutorials, and a great read every month
This is one of my favorite reads as far as digital arts from the UK, well written the tutorials are the off the hook and they always give you a cd with software to use. And as a graphic artist this is a book you learn by doing which i think is the best way to learn.

5-0 out of 5 stars Ideas, software, and lessons, oh my!
I just discovered this magazine recently and it has changed my my perspective on using the computer. This magazine has allowed me to explore different software and gives me cool projects and tutorials as an environment to understand how proficient users take advantage of the software. This gives you an idea on how to make the most of the software. New ideas and type are also introduced. New releases of software and other resources (i.e. books) are reviewed. What more can a budding computer artist ask for?

5-0 out of 5 stars ,,,
Thia is a great magazine. It tells you the latest products and softwear, has readers art profiles. But it dosn't stop there. They give you a demo cd and the totorials to go with it. Also the art fearoured is amasing. There isn't anything missing in it wich anyone would want.

5-0 out of 5 stars The BEST magazine for digital illustrators and artists.
Computer Arts has been around since 1995. Ever since its debut, as a bi-monthly magazine during the first few years, it has been THE authority for illustrators, digital artists, and web designers, both professional and amateurs. Its reviews, tutorials, profiles of up and coming names in the field, and the many samples of excellent software make this magazine not only unique within its field, but also a must-have for those who make a living out of the two and three dimensional arts.

Among the goodies that CA has included in recent years are full versions of programs such as 'Freehand 8,' 'Canvas,' 'Amapi 3,' 'Poser 3,' and the learning editions of 'Maya' and 'Softimage XSI,' all of them with accompanying tutorials and valid registration keys. Likewise, with each issue the reader gets to sample the latest releases from big names like Macromedia, Adobe, and Procreate, allowing you to try and design before you decide whether to purchase or not. Many times they include special upgrade rebates, Photoshop plug-ins, and free (very expensive otherwise) images from important photography sources. Suddenly, the price of the magazine doesn't seem as high when you consider all these freebies.

But the free goodies are not the only good thing about CA (and its sister magazine Computer Arts Special). The in depth tutorials have covered all aspects of print, web design, font creation, animation, movie-making, and every imaginable area in the artistic field. They always include the necessary files and keep a good number of old tutorials and resources at their own site, computerarts.co.uk. Moreover, the beautiful images and creations that adorn each issue make it a great purchase, even if it is only to keep as coffe-table decoration (for those who enjoy art but can't create it).

All in all, Computer Arts is the BEST publication in a market full of tepid, irrelevant, and boring computer magazines. Oh, and the moderate amount of advertisement allows the reader to enjoy the images and witty columns without unnecessary distractions. The popularity of CA has proven to be such that some of its old issues have gone on e-bay at prices that exceed one hundred or more dollars. Furthermore, the local bookstores here in Miami always seem to run out of their many copies before the next issue's arrival. It is quite a shame that there isn't any magazine in the U.S. that comes even close to CA's greatness. Still, even at a relatively high price, this is a worthy buy and subscription. ... Read more


4. Game Developer

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Asin: B00006KF8U
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Cmp Media Llc
Sales Rank: 1387
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Source for programmers, software developers and marketers. Every issue is written by experts and packed with the latest information available on the critical aspects of game development.
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4-0 out of 5 stars Game business best practice magazine
This is the only magazine to my knowledge that deals with business practices as well as technical topics of game creation. GDM has postmortem on recent successful games, summarizing how these games were made, what the creators did right and what they could have done better. They also has columns devoted to Project Management, Game design, Graphics technique, Product reviews and trend analysis.

All in all this is a must have if you're in the game industry or, like myself, dream of being in the game creation business. Most of the time these articles do not go into a lot of details because of length constrain. That might be the only drawback. ... Read more


5. Circuit Cellar
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Circuit Cellar
Sales Rank: 886
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent information about embedded systems
I've been reading this magazine off and on since Electronics Now and Popular Electronics went down hill, and have been pleasantly suprised by the depth and quality of information provided. Design and implementation of topical projects are laid out and explained clearly along with the underlying theory. Don Lancaster always has an interesting spin on new products and ideas. If you're looking for insights into embedded systems development, look no further. ... Read more


6. Msdn Magazine

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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Cmp Media Llc
Sales Rank: 2032
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Required Reading for any MS Developer
Great magazine. Covers the full range of .NET technologies. Every issue is packed with windows, web, and xml development articles plus industry news and a lot more. High recomended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Microsoft's MSDN
This magazine is a comprehensive resource for Windows developers. Each issue gives a look at the highlights of the latest technologies in programming. Overall, it does an excellent job of explaining Microsoft programming technologies. ... Read more


7. Software Development

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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Cmp Media Llc
Sales Rank: 1522
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars THE best computer magazine!!!
This is the best computer magazine out there for software developers! When articles are written by people such as Martin Fowler, Grady Booche, Kent Beck, and John Highsmith III, you can't go wrong. It is full of tons of useful info that can be applied in the real world. I have also been referred to many useful books through this magazine. All IT professionals should get a subscription. ... Read more


8. Net Developers Journal
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Asin: B000087KZ7
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Sys-con Publications Inc
Sales Rank: 1384
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars A good developers magazine
This is an excellent publication for developers who want to really dig into the power of the .Net platform. I have been both a Java developer and a C++/C# developer for many years; I have come to greatly appreciate publications from Sys-Con Media. Much in the same vein as the Java Developer's Journal, the articles printed in .Net Developers Journal are hands-on, and without the evangelical fluff too often seen in technical pieces. This magazine is an excellent resource for new ideas, as well as advanced subject matter for which supporting information may be difficult to find. ... Read more


9. Practical Web Projects
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Highbury Entertainment Ltd
Sales Rank: 3757
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10. Foxpro Advisor

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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Advisor Media Inc
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11. Realbasic Developer : The Magazine For Realbasic Users

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Publisher: Designwrite
Sales Rank: 2421
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Can't Say A Bad Word. . . .
During the previous year of my RB Developer subscription I have grown to regard it as one of the most relevant and accessible programming magazines.

I have subscribed to technical journals previously, connected with the various languages I have been involved in, and never before has there been such a genuine mixture of experience levels covered in one magazine.

I would be shocked if a REALBasic developer could read an issue of this magazine and not see at least something relevant to improving a project they work with, be it as a hobby, or commerically.

Lastly I'd like to stress the specific value to new developers of this magazine, they have the most directly to gain from the array of experts involved.

5-0 out of 5 stars THE magazine for REALbasic users.
I have only one problem with this magazine. This is that it contains so much information that it will take me a while before I get to use all of it.

This magazine is designed for the RB user from beginner to advanced on all Apple and Windows platforms. Another feature is the downloadable examples to help the reader.

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This magazine is long on information and short on advertising and therefore depends on a subscription base. I would definitely recommend anyone interested in getting the most recent information about REALbasic to get a subscription.

4-0 out of 5 stars Indispensible Help
Technical magazines for subsets of disciplines tend to be thin, poorly written, full of in-jokes, and contain articles all written by the same three people. Realbasic Developer is on the thin side, but it is chock full of well-written articles, written by developers other than its contributing editors.

Realbasic Developer roughly follows the conventional model: letter from the editor, letters, tips and tricks, quick reviews of new products of interest to Relabasic developers, technical columns by staff writers, and feature articles by outside contributors. But there are a lot of these articles,and there is little fluff (re-printing the manual) and a lot of meat, covering a wide range of areas. Both broad, conceptual beginner topics, such as the general precepts of BASIC programming, and advanced, highly technical and very specific targets are treated.

As Realbasic wisely expands beyond its Mac roots, I wish that Realbasic Developer (explicitly separate enterprises and companies) would similarly treat Windows a bit more even-handedly ('...I'll skip the subject of DOS shell classes since I don't care much about Wintel Boxes', from 'Beyond the Limits' in the Oct/Nov 2002 issue).

I also wish that the 'ratings' ('Beginner', 'Intermediate',...) for the articles would be more willing to call advanced coding 'Advanced'.

But these are minor quibbles. The Realbasic world is vital and expanding, and this journal provides an indispensible guide to its navigation.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Great Magazine for REALbasic Developers
This is a very useful magazine for anyone who uses REALbasic. It is filled with tips, insights and interesting articles, all of which I have found to be clear and very well written. The writers include many of the luminaries of the REALbasic world, including Joe Strout (one of the lead developers), Matt Neuburg (who literally wrote "the book" on REALbasic), and many others.

This is a relatively new magazine, which has only gotten better with each new issue.

I give it 5 stars, and recommend you check it out!

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome magazine!!
This is a must-have magazine for any type of REALbasic developer out there. Even if you are a pro, like myself, you'll always find something new and interesting to read. I was amazed that there were some things in RB that I never even knew. It is a great magazine that everyone who uses REALbasic must have!!! ... Read more


12. Network World
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Network World
Sales Rank: 4228
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Keeping the world connected is no easy job, and keeping up with it is even harder. Network World puts it all together: timely news, forecasts, and big-picture features that wrap up each week's wired happenings for busy professionals. Government, industry, and technology converge within its pages, and its stories are finely balanced between hard stats and human faces--keeping both sides of the brain fully engaged. The editorial organization is engineered to channel information efficiently through sections including infrastructure, enterprise apps, and hot new tech. Whether it's covering the shenanigans down at Microsoft and 3Com or pondering the effects of blogging on business communications, Network World is always a few nodes ahead of the mainstream. --Rob Lightner ... Read more


13. Php Architect
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Marco Tabini & Associates Inc
Sales Rank: 2460
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14. Linux Format - Incls Linux Format - Dvd
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Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd
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15. Information Security
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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Techtarget
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16. Math Horizons

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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Mathematical Assn Of America
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17. Teaching Children Mathematics - Includes Membership
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Publisher: Natl Council Of Teachers Math
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Formerly Arithmetic Teacher.For teachers of mathematics education through the middle grades.
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18. Dm Review
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Publisher: Thomson Financial Media
Sales Rank: 5818
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19. Digital Imaging

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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Cygnus Business Media
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20. Groupwise Advisor

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Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Advisor Media Inc
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