About Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference

With origins reaching back to the industry's first computer science publishing program in the 1960s, and formally launched as its own imprint in 1986, Prentice Hall Professional Technical Reference (PH PTER) has developed into the leading provider of technical books in the world today. Our editors now publish over 200 books annually authored by leaders in the fields of computing, engineering, and business.

Our roots are firmly planted in the soil that gave rise to the technical revolution. Our bookshelf contains many of the industry's computing and engineering classics: Kernighan and Ritchie's C Programming Language, Nemeth's UNIX System Administration Handbood, Horstmann's Core Java, and ...

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