For this November 2020, we have covered you with some interesting titles for you to enjoy in this autumn month.
Thanks to our reader Sanjay who proposed a new fiction category which techies might enjoy, Sanjay also recommended this book “The Case of IBM 386 PC”, three fictional stories from the early days of IBM PC. You’ll also enjoy Sid Meier’s Memoir, the life, and career of the legendary developer and creator of the Civilization game.
We also added, as always, some of the technical genres, like one of the best-rated books by Daniel Knuth, The Art of Computer Programming: Fundamental Algorithms, which is a must-read for anyone involved in programming.
A good book for beginners in learning to program with AI, Big Data, and The Cloud by following the new approach proposed in this book: Intro to Python for Computer Science and Data Science by Paul Deitel and Harvey Deitel.
And last, level up your CSS skills with CSS Secrets by Lea Verou, an expert in this field who teaches some of the techniques for solving every-day problems.
Let us know in the comments what are your favorite books and we’ll share them with the community.
1. The Case of IBM 386 PC
Here are three fictional stories from the early days of IBM PC. Some programmers play detective to try and solve some interesting computer bugs entirely by logic and deduction. They take turns narrating an interesting bug story from their past that others try to solve by thinking like an armchair detective.
2. Sid Meier’s Memoir!
The life and career of the legendary developer celebrated as the “godfather of computer gaming,” and creator of Civilization.
3. The Art of Computer Programming, Vol. 1
The bible of all fundamental algorithms and the work that taught many of today's software developers most of what they know about computer programming.
4. Intro to Python for Computer Science and Data Science
A groundbreaking, flexible approach to computer science and data science
5. CSS Secrets
In this practical guide, CSS expert Lea Verou provides 47 undocumented techniques and tips to help intermediate-to advanced CSS developers devise elegant solutions to a wide range of everyday web design problems.
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