Think like a computer
Basic computer programming knowledge has become an essential requirement for many jobs, and it can even come in handy in everyday situations. In this book, readers will learn about programming concepts such as algorithms, binary code, and debugging. They will also learn why software developers use different programming languages, what new kinds of software are changing the ways we use computers, and much more. Features include detailed sidebars to show useful tips for beginning coders; timelines to highlight coding breakthroughs; glossaries; charts, diagrams and more.
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|Location||Call Number /
|Victor Farmington Library||J 004 BAT (Text)
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