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Programming from the Ground Up

Programming from the Ground Up

'Most introductory books on programming frustrate me to no end. At the end of them you can still ask "how does the computer really work?" and not have a good answer. They tend to pass over topics that are difficult even though they are important. I will take you through the difficult issues because that is the only way to move on to masterful programming. My goal is to take you from knowing nothing about programming to understanding how to think, write, and learn like a programmer. You won’t know everything, but you will have a background for how everything fits together. At the end of this book, you should be able to do the following: • Understand how a program works and interacts with other programs • Read other people’s programs and learn how they work • Learn new programming languages... Show More
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Franco Giustozzi
Franco Giustozzi (Faculty)
2 years ago

Muy buen material!