What to do after Python?

Hannah Schroeter hannah at schlund.de
Mon Feb 19 16:14:35 CET 2001


Hello!

In article <q4bv8t8vc494qq2mqnqkpsu9l162q9rv31 at 4ax.com>,
Fernando Rodríguez  <spamers at must.die> wrote:
>[...]

>Remember that there's much more to programming than just learning the syntax
>of different languages. If you're new to programming, you should first learn
>some basic concepts.  Good beginers books are: "Simply Scheme: Introducing
>computer science" and "The Schemer's Guide".  Both use a lisp dialect called
>Scheme, that should be easy to undertand (sort of Python with extra
>parentheses).

Then, you should also suggest "Structure and Interpretation of Computer
Programs".

Kind regards,

Hannah.



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