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How To Publish A Book About Computer Programming

There are over 2500 languages used to program a computer. Some are derivations of UNIX and other languages are original languages created by computer programmers. In today's world, there are very few aspects of life that do not involve the use of a computer. As technology advances, computers are able to do increasingly complex things. However, without the computer programmer, the idea of a computer would still conjure up the image of the gymnasium size ENIAC that relied on a series of punch cards and vacuum tubes to do the simplest computations. Computer programmers have not only refined and revolutionized computers and components. Computer programmers have also changed the languages used to teach computers. Now, because of computer programmers, any person with access to a computer can build a website, create a database of household finances, or communicate with another person across the ocean. A book about computer programming, for the laymen or the expert, is constantly in demand in today's computerized world.

Publish A Computer Programming Book With Ithaca Press
Ithaca Press recognizes the value of computer programmers and the information computer programmers can impart. When Ithaca Press publishes a computer programming book, the book will be published professionally using years of experience in the industry. In order to meet or exceed the highest standards of the publishing industry, Ithaca Press will proofread, edit, and bind the book to make it look as flawless as possible. The team of layout artists and cover designers at Ithaca Press will include the illustrations and diagrams needed to make a book on computer programming as interesting to the eye as the book is to the mind. The book will be registered with Books In Print and on Amazon.com. Visit www.IthacaPress.com today to get started.

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