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re: What are your must-read tech books for 2018? VIEW POST

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Computer Science Distilled - Learn the art of solving computational problems by Wladston Ferreira Filho.

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I am really curious about Computer Science Distilled as it is described as a "walkthrough of computer science concepts you must know. Designed for readers who don't care for academic formalities, it's a fast and easy computer science guide." ✌️

The books I had to read in university were .... ehm, I don't know, partly outmoded?! 😅

 

I'm really enjoying it so far, but I'm still in the early parts of it. Perhaps I'll post a review of the book once I'm nearly through with it.

For the price and length, there isn't a lot of risk to getting it and keeping it in your travel bag or work desk.

Writing a review is a great idea. 👌 I always read reviews before buying a book, since most of them are pretty expensive.

But you're right; for this price and length, there isn't a lot of risk to getting it. Agreed! 😄

One thing to note is that even though it's free shipping at the moment, I had to pay an customs tax when it came in from the US. It wasn't a lot, probably the rate of local shipping.

Hey! My first post on dev.to. That's my book :) I'm so honored you mentioned it! Please, let me know how you liked it after you're done reading. Rebecca, it was designed primarily for people who are having their first contact with computer science. Still, more advanced coders have read it and enjoyed, because it provides a nice overview of important topics. If you read it, please send me your feedback as well :)

No way? Wow, that's stunning. 😍 Yes, as soon as I'm through with it, I'll send you my feedback for sure.

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