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ACM Queue
Queue's mission is simple: provide useful, insightful information to help software architects in their careers. Find out why Kirk McKusick and Steve Bourne choose to help drive our content by being members of our Editorial Advisory Board. No hype, no rehashed solutions—just a committed focus on the challenges ahead for serious developers.

Addison-Wesley/Prentice Hall PTR
Addison-Wesley/Prentice Hall PTR are the leading publishers of advanced technology books written by the most talented technologists, often the inventors of new technologies. Addison-Wesley/Prentice Hall PTR are publishers of the best-known classics, including The UNIX System Administration Handbook by Nemeth, Hein, Seebass and Snyder and W. Richard Stevens' UNIX Network Programming and forthcoming classics, such as Eric S. Raymond's latest book, The Art of UNIX Programming. AW/PHPTR is also publisher of The Bruce Perens' Open Source Series, a leading source for books on Linux and Open Source technologies. True to the spirit of Open Source, each book in the Series is published under the Open Publication License (OPL).

Bityard Magazine
Bityard is a premier site for the wireless and the mobile world. Covering areas that include Linux, Palm, PocketPC based hardware and applications, Bityard is your one stop source for the latest reviews and editorials. Bityard holds weekly prize contests. What are you waiting for? Join Bityard and its editors and usher a new era in mobile computing today!

C/C++ Users Journal
C/C++ Users Journal is the first and only publication dedicated to providing advanced developers working in real-world environments with practical solutions to solve real-world issues. CUJ delivers a technical and no-nonsense editorial that is written by recognized and experienced leaders in the software industry.

Cambridge Computer Services, Inc.
Cambridge Computer Services, Inc. is a national integrator specializing in data storage and backup systems, providing comprehensive solutions drawing on best-of-breed hardware and software from multiple manufacturers.

COTS Journal
COTS Journal is a technology-in-context magazine that looks at any embedded technology anywhere it exists. Our editors assess the applicability of the world's best—embedded research and standards, methodologies, and products for government, military and aerospace applications.

Unlike other publications that apply military-only "filters" before technology news reaches the editors' desks, COTS Journal examines the world's stage of technology before deciding how it might apply to the new challenges facing defense and aerospace systems.

Daemon News/BSD Mall
Daemon News is a comprehensive resource for BSD, operating in close contact with the community. Established in 1998, Daemon News provides a monthly online publication, Daily BSD News, a quarterly hardcopy publication, a community based support forum, and a retail outlet called for all BSD related merchandise. Daemon News also publishes Darwin, the Open Source Version of Mac OS X, FreeBSD, NetBSD, and Unix Utilities for Mac OS X.

DoCoMo Communications Laboratories USA, Inc.
DoCoMo USA Labs is a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT DoCoMo USA, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of NTT DoCoMo Inc. Japan. Our Silicon Valley location was chosen to place us at the worldwide focal point of Internet technology. Our aim is to become a global center of excellence in the area of mobile Internet and mobile services provisioning technology.

Dr. Dobb's Journal
Since 1976, Dr. Dobb's Journal has delivered key software technology information to serious programmers and developers by understanding that real-world programming crosses all languages and operating systems. Because Dr. Dobb's Journal is the only monthly magazine that is independent to languages and operating systems, you benefit by being able to trust and apply what you read in Dr. Dobb's to your job.

Gnu Press/Free Software Foundation
GNU Press publishes affordable books on computer science using freely distributable licenses. We are the publishing department of the Free Software Foundation, a non-profit organization. All our proceeds directly support the Free Software Foundation and Project GNU.

Google is a global technology leader focused on improving the way people connect with information. Google maintains the world's largest online index of Web sites and other content, and Google makes this information freely available to anyone with an Internet connection. Google's automated search technology helps people obtain nearly instant access to relevant information from it vast online index.

IEEE Security & Privacy Magazine
IEEE Security & Privacy magazine, published by the IEEE Computer Society, addresses a broad range of topics related to securing information and computing resources. Its primary goal is to bridge the gap between theory and practice. Published six times a year, the magazine provides a combination of research articles, case studies, tutorials, and regular departments and columnists for the information security industry. For more information, please go to The IEEE Computer Society is part of IEEE, the largest technical professional organization in the world with 385,000 members.

ITtoolbox is a global knowledge network reaching more than 80 countries and 7.8 million professionals annually. Because our network contains a distinct community/knowledge base for each segment of the IT industry, professionals who are buying, implementing, or supporting IT solutions find relevant information faster and better communicate with their peers.

Linux Journal
Linux Journal is the premier magazine of the Linux community, dedicated to serving the Linux community and promoting the use of Linux world-wide. Published by SSC Publications, an established leader in the Linux, Open Source and UNIX fields, the award-winning monthly magazine is now celebrating its tenth year of publication. For more information visit us online:

No Starch Press
Since 1994, No Starch Press has published unique books on technology, with a focus on Open Source, security, hacking, web development, programming, gaming, and alternative operating systems. Our titles have personality, our authors are passionate, and our books tackle topics that people care about.

O'Reilly & Associates
O'Reilly & Associates is the premier information source for leading-edge computer technologies. The company's books, conferences, and web sites bring to light the knowledge of technology innovators. O'Reilly books, known for the animals on their covers, occupy a treasured place on the shelves of the developers building the next generation of software. O'Reilly conferences and summits bring alpha geeks and forward-thinking business leaders together to shape the revolutionary ideas that spark new industries. From the Internet to XML, open source, .NET, Java, and web services, O'Reilly puts technologies on the map. For more information:

OSDN (Open Source Development Network, Inc.),, is the most dynamic community-driven media network on the Web. OSDN sites include, the award-winning news discussion site; and, the world's largest collaborative open source software development site. OSDN also owns, featuring innovative products "for smart masses." is a university-based non-profit initiative created and managed by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Information Storage Industry Center (ISIC) at the University of California, San Diego. Its mission is to address the educational needs of data storage technology users. The initiative, which is sponsored by the Storage Networking Industry Association (SNIA), is currently stimulating the creation of local and regional storage networking user groups (or SNUGs), so that data management professionals can exchange information with their peers and other knowledge experts. It is also developing a new online resource portal to provide access to industry-specific educational opportunities.

Based in the Bay Area since 1976, with offices in California and London, Sybex is an independent computer book publisher founded at the very start of the personal computer revolution. Over the years, Sybex has continued to forge an independent path, offering unique, innovative books on a wide range of computer and business topics, including certification, graphics, operating systems, and programming. Sybex has over 25 years of publishing experience, a solid reputation for quality among retailers and consumers, and a worldwide distribution reach.

Sys Admin Magazine
Sys Admin satisfies the technical needs of UNIX systems administrators working in heterogeneous computing environments. Coverage spans a wide range of technical topics crucial to systems administration in the enterprise: security, storage, disaster recovery, db administration, networks, and web servers. Articles provide practical, in-depth coverage of the administration of all major UNIX flavors including Sun, Linux, IBM AIX, HP-UX, Compaq Tru64, SGI Irix, and BSD, within environments of all sizes.

Since 1989, Taos has provided professional IT consulting services to more than 1,000 companies in more than 5,000 successful engagements. We leverage this experience into service offerings built across a deep and broad matrix of technologies and applications. We specialize in systems, network, database administration and web development, in Windows, Unix, and Linux environments.
UserFriendly.Org, considered the most popular daily webcomic in the technology industry, reaches over a million readers across every continent in the world (including a couple of sysadmins in Antarctica!). It was named the #1 technology humour site by Linux Magazine, and appears in over a hundred weekly and monthly publications.

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