How to Count (Programming for Mere Mortals, #1)

How to Count Programming for Mere Mortals Programming for Mere Mortals is a series of books designed to introduce the concepts of programming from the ground up to a reader who has never written a line of code Unlike most programming books wh

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  • Title: How to Count (Programming for Mere Mortals, #1)
  • Author: Steven Frank
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 193
  • Format: ebook
  • Programming for Mere Mortals is a series of books designed to introduce the concepts of programming from the ground up to a reader who has never written a line of code.Unlike most programming books which aim to teach you a particular language or operating system, this series focuses on the core fundamentals that are common to programming any computer.In a laid back, conv Programming for Mere Mortals is a series of books designed to introduce the concepts of programming from the ground up to a reader who has never written a line of code.Unlike most programming books which aim to teach you a particular language or operating system, this series focuses on the core fundamentals that are common to programming any computer.In a laid back, conversational tone, How to Count introduces you to math topics that are essential to becoming a successful programmer, including Numeric bases decimal, binary, hexadecimal Signed vs unsigned numbers Floating point and fixed point arithmeticThis short, easily understood book will quickly get you thinking like a programmer.

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    1. This is an excellent beginner companion for those who are new to program. It lays down the basics of how a computer thinks, on a personal note I believe it changed the way I knew computers work and operate. A must read for the new coders.

    2. Steve Frank’s motivation for writing the book is compelling. Contemporary software products are built on top of layers of technology, both hardware and software. For someone interested in starting to write software, or even understand computing better, working with the level of abstraction offered by contemporary tools can feel like learning the mechanics and missing the fundamentals. Like being expected to do calculus after not getting algebra. "Learning to code" is today’s buzzword. I see [...]

    3. Good companion read. It is intended as one of many books in a series, but there is no sign of the other books to come.I'm in the process of an immersion of all things "software construction". Coming from a business and design background, I find the need to immerse my self in the engineering aspects in order to grok the computer / software stack.This book is good quick companion to other readings. It is a nibblet. I read 'How to Count' as a breather after completing the first 1/3 of Code: The Hid [...]

    4. Splendid and readable refresher on essential computing concepts. Probably the first time I've thought about "two's complement" since my CS classes at college, but also the first time I've really *got it*

    5. A good computer science primer. Literally covers the fundamental things you need to know to understand for example GB and MB, and speeds of internet connection, as well as binary, decimal, and hexadecimal.

    6. Superb little book giving you a foundation to understand how computers count and calculate numbers. It's clear and quite easily understood without waiting space on superflious details, I really enjoyed it!

    7. Excellent, easy to read book that helps explain the computer brain to us mere mortals who do not have a computer science background. It made computer history and fundamentals much easier to understand. Highly recommend.

    8. I was very pleased with this books. It covered the basics well and it even left a little room for humor. It was just what I needed to feel more comfortable jumping into programming.

    9. Short and concise read about how computers deal with numbers. A must for anyone who wants to get into programming.

    10. This was a super quick read and a great refresher on math from a programming perspective. The author was very clear and used easy to understand examples.

    11. A 45 min primer / refresher on modern computer math. Required reading for anyone even remotely connected to computers and programming.

    12. Worth the quick read if you've always wondered how number are stored in computers. I look forward to reading future books in the series.

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