Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software

July 24, 2019 - Comment

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  • Mint Condition
  • Dispatch same day for order received before 12 noon
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  • No quibbles returns

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Anonymous says:

If you looking at reviews just buy this book! Is worth it! I’ve read this book in my final year of Electronic Engineering degree, so I was already familiarized with all the concepts but the perspective that this book gives to the subject is so unique. I wish my course was taught in this way, I would understand it much better and faster. Even though I knew about all the content I still gained so much because I never thought about it this way. Is an amazing book and I couldn’t put it down after I started. Plus the paper on this book is so amazing, don’t…

Anonymous says:

EXCELLENT PERFECT BOOK!! I cannot recommend this book enough. DO NOT BUY the kindle version, buy the paperback it is EXCELLENT. It starts off very nicely with Morse Code and very clearly and understandably explains the principles of what defines a code and how Morse code and binary works in a very interesting way. It’s not a boring read at all, I really enjoy reading this book no nonsense, everything is nicely conveying the important aspects. Beautiful and very rich diagrams conveying the concepts very nicely. I…

Anonymous says:

If you liked assembler you should love this book that brings all those memories back I’m a SW engineer going through electrical engineering schools – so this book is very close to how I look at things. Sure, today’s PCs are way too complex, but in the end it all boils down to those logical gates made of… you guessed it… relays! Ok, not relays nowadays, but Charles Petzold demonstrates that you not only have to have a technology (available in 1850 already) but also thinking must advance sufficiently. Fun book to read, going back to the days of my youth and repeat some of the…

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