Linux Programming Books

As we all know that books are the paths to knowledge, this article is going to give a list of books that can help you in programming. There are brief descriptions of the content of each of the books in the article.

The Linux Programming Interface: A Linux and UNIX System Programming Handbook, by Michael   Kerrisk

This book is one of the best for beginning developers. It is a Linux Kernel book. For the development of application in Linux, it is very relevant to understand every single application that runs on Linux and Unix because each has an interface. If you are professional and you are planning to study Linux programming, you should have been skilled in library functions. This helps you to learn effective and easy programming techniques.

Beginning Linux Programming: Neil Mathew and Richard Stones

If you are planning to be expert in programming, this book is the best pill for you. It has the basic concepts of UNIX at its beginning and with the help of complete examples given there in, you can gain expertise as a professional. It commences by giving the original clarification of the C libraries in Linux. It allows for the exploration of the basic development tools from Linux. It gives the explanation of graphical displays in an easy way and techniques for TCP/IP protocols for networking.

Linux Kernel Development by Robert Love

This book is cooked for beginners. The book centres on several common mistakes that people make when they begin Linux kernel level programming. Certainly, using this book, you can easily write Linux program.

Understanding Linux Kernel plus is one of the basic requirements of becoming a profound Linux programmer. Including design, interface as well as implementation, the book commences with an understanding of the Linux kernel. Whether you are a beginner or expert, you will surely understand it in both the practical and theoretical senses.

Understanding Linux Network Internals by Christian Benvenuti

If you are that exploring programmer that wants to know the structure of Linux, this book is recommended for you. The book also explains the C code in the Linux kernel.  Also, you will know TCP/IP protocols for the purpose of easy server programming. Beginners as well as experts can learn the practice of software for the same.

Embedded Linux Primer: A Practical Real-World Approach (2nd Edition) by Christopher Hallinan

Linux is deemed to be the most easy for the programming of the embed products which are now rising. The books as in its content: Linux kernel, tools, hardware support and capabilities. It starts from the beginner’s level to the advanced level.

Linux generally is a relevant addition to your programming skill. Learn, love and Linux it!