Lets's Talk Computers - No Starch Press  December 18, 2004
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No Starch Press
Interview on December 18, 2004
Programming     Guest: Randall Hyde
San Francisco based No Starch Press, Inc. is the publisher of such best-selling titles as "The Cult of Mac", "Hacking: The Art of Exploitation" and "Steal This Computer Book." No Starch Press, is an independent publishing company committed to producing readable, information-packed computer books that make a difference.

Randall Hyde author of programming books such as "The Art of Assembly Language" delivers the first volume in a four book series dedicated to informing and teaching today's programmers important concepts of machine organization in a language-independent fashion. Randy discusses the first volume, "Write Great Code: Understanding the Machine" and the concept that will help programmers make wiser choices with respect to programming statements and data types when writing software.
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