One of my proposals got accepted for LCA 2010, in Wellington, New Zealand! As usual, there look to be lots of interesting papers at LCA. I'm presenting a tutorial on writing secure privileged programs, which will draw heavily on Chapter 38 of my book.
Thursday, September 10, 2009
We (me, my publisher) are still trying to work out what to call my (lengthy) system programming book. On my other blog, I'm asking for opinions from potential readers. If you'd like to help me name my book, please have a read of that blog post and send me a vote!
Posted by Michael Kerrisk at 7:54 PM
Sunday, September 6, 2009
My book on Lunux/Unix system programming is now more than half-way through copyediting, so I've posted the detailed table of contents of the first 33 chapters. (For an overview of the book, look here, and to see the brief table of contents--chapter names only--look here.)
We're still on schedule for the book to be published in the first half of 2010 (by No Starch Press). Ongoing progress towards publication is regularly updated at blog.man7.org.
Please keep telling people about the book and the blog!
Posted by Michael Kerrisk at 9:35 AM