Friday, August 21, 2009

An Introduction to Client/Server Computing

Yadav, Subhash Chandra, Singh, Sanjay Kumar, "An Introduction to Client/Server Computing"
New Age International Publication | 2009-03 | ISBN: 8122426891 | 212 pages | PDF | 2,7 MB

The book covers the detail concepts of Client Server Architectural aspects, its application components, its relationship with database, development tools associated with it and technologies used to develop client server systems. The book will serve as a complete text for all undergraduate (BCA, B.Sc., BCS and B.Tech.) and post graduate students (MCA, M.Tech. and MS) of Computer Science and Engineering students of various Technical Universities.

Also the scope and depth of topics covered in the book, with its straightforward and often humorous delivery, make this book worth reading for anyone who deals with setting up client server computing environments in today`s corporate environment.



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