Good books in computer science?
sajmikins at gmail.com
Mon Jun 29 03:24:28 EDT 2009
On Sat, Jun 13, 2009 at 11:49 AM, koranthala<koranthala at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I do understand that this is not a python question and I apologize
> for that straight up.
> But I am a full time follower of this group and I have seen very
> very brilliant programmers and solutions.
> I also want to be a good programmer - so this question.
> Which are the classic books in computer science which one should
> I have (a) Code Complete (b) GOF (c) Art of programming.
> Art of programming was too tough for me - and I couldnt understand
> much. The other two were good books - I understood and implemented
> quite a bit from both.
> What are the other books which I should peruse?
I.e. "The Art of Computer Programming" by Prof. Knuth
Your library should have a copy (it's a multi-volume opus), if not
consider donating yours after you read them.
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