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theNox
2y

I need to expand my CS related book collection, it's too small
I have lots of ebooks but I don't like reading them much ... real books are just better
Any must-reads I should add to it?

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  • 5
    Clean Code - Robert C. Martin
    Its a must read for any programmer.
    Im currently reading Clean Architecture by the same author and its awesome too
  • 4
    Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
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    Introduction to Algorithms by Cormen et. al.
  • 1
    Databasteknik tror jag den heter. En bra bok om databaser. (på svenska såklart :D)
  • 3
    @Trablarer uhm I don't know swedish
  • 0
    @theNox Oh I thought you did judging by the title of the right most book. :P
    "Grundkurs" means beginners course in Swedish.
  • 3
    @Trablarer I figured sth like that, it means beginner's course in German too and I speak German
  • 1
    Ah, doesn't sound German. (I live in south Sweden so I usually visit Germany 2-3 times a year, mostly for buying cheap beer :D)
  • 1
    @Trablarer how much do you need to buy to last for 4 months? 😀
  • 4
    @Trablarer what it doesn't sound German? 🤣 For me it doesn't sound Swedish
  • 1
    @mzeffect

    Usually about 24x8 cans. 24 cans costs about 30 euros in Sweden. In Germany I can buy the same Swedish beer for 7 euros. :D Booze is cheeper to. I live 15 min drive from Åhus where Absolut vodkas distillery is. But instead I have to drive down to Germany to buy it for half the price lol. That's really good for the environment.
  • 0
    Haha vart pluggar du?
  • 3
    @ThatDude help they're speaking Swedish with me ...
  • 3
    @ThatDude Now the whole thing repeated in German, no just kidding, thank you for the translations :D
  • 3
    @FrankTheTank I study in Vienna, Austria
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    @irene actually I'm your neighbour (if I'd actually live in the country I come from)
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    @irene just look in my bio 🤦
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    @irene You are forgiven
  • 1
    Heh.. I own Grundkurs C++ too... without the ++ :D
  • 1
    One book that I read and really enjoyed (bringing it back to library kinda broke my heart :( ) was "How Linux works". It's great not only to understand Linux, but also how computers work in general.

    The second book I can recommend is "Learn you a Haskell for a great good". It's also available online for free.
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