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On May 8 Dave Cottlehuber wrote: The Missing Link: What the Computer Science Professors Left Out
If you're a self-taught programmer, or a hobbyist who wants to learn more about the theoretical side of computer science, without drowning in research papers, I cannot recommend a better book. Full Review  >

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On Jan 31 Bobbie Eicher wrote: A Less Daunting Approach
This book will be a great investment for students and programmers who want a more approachable overview of the theory of computation and why it matters. Full Review  >

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On Nov 24 Sean Williamson wrote: Understanding Computation
When I first head about Understanding Computation I was immediately intrigued, though I knew nothing more about the book than it's title. I picked it up a few days later and was immediately captivated. The subject matter is interesting and presented in a clear and consistent manner. Full Review  >

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On Jul 6 Rob Friesel wrote: the computer science book for non-computer science software engineers
The computer science book for people "doing software" but whom do not have a computer science degree. This book dives into questions like: how do you design a language? what makes a computer _compute_? are there limits to computation? Full Review  >

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Good reference for relational concepts
This book does n`t deal with SQL statements .. But is all about between SQL… Full Review >

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