where the writers are
Korn Shell Programming By Example
Korn Shell Programming By Example
Amazon.com Amazon.com
Powell's Books Powell's Books

David gives an overview of the book:

Korn Shell Programming by Example is a straight-forward, nuts and bolts book that will become a standard in the libraries of Unix administrators everywhere because of its real-life examples, progressive style, and lack of unnecessary fluff. Based on the Korn shell, it is an essential reference for administrators on how to program their system, and it is also beneficial for those new to Unix who need to know how to automate their system. Most of all, Korn Shell Programming by Example teaches and arms readers with the ability to solve problems they might encounter.
Read full overview »

Korn Shell Programming by Example is a straight-forward, nuts and bolts book that will become a standard in the libraries of Unix administrators everywhere because of its real-life examples, progressive style, and lack of unnecessary fluff. Based on the Korn shell, it is an essential reference for administrators on how to program their system, and it is also beneficial for those new to Unix who need to know how to automate their system. Most of all, Korn Shell Programming by Example teaches and arms readers with the ability to solve problems they might encounter.

david-pitts's picture

Note from the author coming soon...

About David

David Pitts (david at dpitts dot com) has been a part of the writing of nine books.

A graduate from Asbury College (http://www.asbury.edu) and The University of Phoenix,  David has been programming commercially since high school-...

Read full bio »

Member Reviews

david-pitts's picture
Mar.27.2009
Korn Shell Programming by Example is a straight-forward, nuts and bolts book that will become a standard in the libraries of Unix administrators...