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Top rated programming books on Reddit rank no. 45
Passive reading for learning programming (i.e. books you can read in bed)?(r/learnprogramming)
Nothing to do with code but a bunch of short stories all to do with learning and critical thinking. Also quite funny.
A really light introduction into ecryption, error correction, search…
These journals show you what’s going through the mind of a young game developer during the 80’s/90’s.
The story of the Apollo Guidance Computer. A great read on human/machine interface design.
Some insightful chapters sprinkled throughout, some more enjoyable and relevant than others (subjectively of course).
Some short essays by Mr Hacker News himself.
I have some others lying around, but those are what I can see here on my bookshelf.
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