Price: (as of – Details) Charles Petzold has been writing about Windows programming for 25 years. A Windows Pioneer Award winner, Petzold is author of the classic Programming Windows, the widely acclaimed Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software, Programming Windows Phone 7, and more than a dozen other books.
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The modern history of computers was set to change forever when in 1995 James Gosling of Sun Micro systems unveiled Java to the world. Since then, there has been no turning back and Java is the most popular programming language preferred by programmers the world over. It is used to design software as well as a host of other web applications. Like most programming languages it is constantly evolving and the language has been tweaked a lot over the past fifteen years to smoother it out as well as improve its efficiency. Even though Java has a totally different purpose
One topic often debated is why there is a cost on automation programming software? Automation programming software is an expensive tool and is cleverly licensed so each installation needs its own product key, but why should there be a cost for this tool? As a PLC programmer keeping up to date with the amount of revisions and different packages is a real headache especially when the next job is un-known. I am sure that PLC programming software is expensive to develop in comparison to the units sold, but does it really justify the cost? Not forgetting it is only compatible