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Linux for Developers: Type of Application Development

 
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Hi Mr. Rothwell,

Does the book cover how to develop a specific type of application, or is it broader in scope?  For example, does it focus on Linux kernel development, client-side GUI development, CLI programs, a mix of everything?  The table of contents seems to suggest that it doesn't focus on a specific type of application development.

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Correct, it is broad in scope, designed to assist a newbie in determine which are they would want to focus on.  The reader learns a little of each topic (enough to make them dangerous!).

Thank you,

-Bo
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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