Good books in computer science?
lanuradha at gmail.com
Mon Jun 29 08:15:19 EDT 2009
On Jun 29, 5:08 pm, rustom <rustompm... at gmail.com> wrote:
> Want to study TDD? Read unittest and doctest and then go on to
> reading (and practising) Kent Beck etc
> Want to get into unix system programming? Nothing like playing around
> with os.path and stat before burining your hands with C.
> Networking protocols? smtplib, urllib, ftplib etc
> Low level networking? socket, select etc
> Algorithms? Good to get your feet on the ground with timeit
Ive found twisted is a good excuse to study lot of CS arcana
ranging from laziness of lambdas, event driven programming
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