Each of the books below has a contribution from me or has featured my work. The sidebar links to some of my project websites and articles I've written.
Advanced Rails Recipes is a collection of practical recipes for spicing up your web application without a lot of prep and cleanup. The recipes in the book were collected from many different members of the Rails community. I contributed a recipe that helps ensure Rails applications start in a known state.
Python is an ideal language for solving problems, especially in Linux and Unix networks. With this pragmatic book, administrators can review various tasks that often occur in the management of these systems, and learn how Python can provide a more efficient and less painful way to handle them. It includes a section on using Supervisor that includes my photo and bio.
The PHP Cookbook is a collection of problems, solutions, and practical examples for PHP programmers. The book contains a unique and extensive collection of best practices for everyday PHP programming dilemmas. It features techniques that I developed for using stream wrappers with PHP templates.
Rails Pocket Reference provides brief yet thorough explanations of the most frequently used methods and structures supported by Rails 2.1, along with key concepts you need to work through the framework's most tangled corners. This book provides you with a handy reference you can use anywhere, anytime. It references my tips for working with the Rails logging system.
Code Optimization Techniques for Embedded Processors discusses the state-of-the-art in the area of compilers for embedded processors. It presents a collection of new code optimization techniques, dedicated to DSP and multimedia processors. The book talks about the 6502 as used in early computer systems and its later success as an embedded processor, citing 6502.org and myself.
Apple I Replica Creation guides the reader through building and exploring a modern day replica of the Apple I, an early 6502-based microcomputer. At the end of Chapter 6, "Programming in Assembly", the book cites myself and 6502.org as a place to find "a wealth of datasheets, tutorials, and source code."