[Tutor] What books do you recommend?

Becky Mcquilling ladymcse2000 at gmail.com
Fri Dec 11 12:03:31 CET 2009

Thanks, Alan.  It is fun and on many levels I welcome the challenge.

I won't continue to divert this thread from good books, but I will continue
to look for more and more tutorials and will post it  The more the more


On Thu, Dec 10, 2009 at 2:24 PM, Alan Gauld <alan.gauld at btinternet.com>wrote:

> "Becky Mcquilling" <ladymcse2000 at gmail.com> wrote
>  Good points.  I guess being as new as I am I'm not always sure of the
>> obvious way to do something or what I think is right,
> One thing to remember is that it is always subjective.
> There is no such thing as an absolute "right way to do it"
> There are too many factors and virtually all solutions reflect
> a set of compromises by the designer
>  But others may not find this useful.  I admit that learning this stuff
>> does
>> not come particularly easy to me,
> Its not easy to learn a new way of thinking and thats essentially
> what programming is.  Some people will always find it easier
> and some harder but it is fundamentally a challenging activity
> for everyone - and that's part of what makes it fun!
> --
> Alan Gauld
> Author of the Learn to Program web site
> http://www.alan-g.me.uk/
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