the finer points of big-O notation Full disclosure: I’m a software developer, and have been for the past 15 years or so, but my background is in physics (I have a PhD in computational physics) rather than computer science so obviously there are going to be gaps in my knowledge as a result (case in point: the finer points of big-O notation, various problem solving strategies and so on)This book will not give you an in-depth description of all the things that get taught in a compsci degree but it _does_ make a decent…
Succinct useful intro to CS Great simple explanations of fairly complex topics. Was very easy and interesting to read, and not dry at all.What I also liked about the book was that it didnât try to squeeze too much information in. It was clear about where to go if you want to find out more.This is not an absolutely comprehensive guide to computer science, but will give you a feel for the subject. I would recommend it to people who are learning to code to get a deeper understanding of what your…
For those interested in a computer science degree The Book makes a good base line for anyone who is thinking about doing a computer science degree as it essentially goes over the base line of topics that are covered, typically within the first year of a starting. Because of this it can provide a great baseline for those who are thinking about starting a computer science related degree and a base understanding of what it entails.
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