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Learn: 8 Best Computer Science Books for Beginners

Best Computer Coding Books for Beginners

As you begin your journey to becoming a fully fledged computer scientist, you’ll soon realize that books you can easily reference are a valuable asset. Here are the 8 (It’s actually more than 8) best computer science books for beginners.

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#1 Cracking the Coding Interview By Gayle Laakmann McDowell

This book covers technology, companies by interview style, practice problems and additional info.

Indispensable!

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ContributorsJudith Rohatiner from achickandaclick

    #5 The Pragmatic Programmer by David Thomas

    The Pragmatic Programmer offers all sorts of useful tips on how to be more accurate while still increasing your productivity. The book is designed to guide you from newbie in the coding world to programming guru.

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    ContributorsNate Masterson from Maple Holistics

    #6 Python Programming By John Zelle

    Python Programming is considered by many to be one of the best books on coding. It covers a wide range of topics from beginners computer science to complex ideas such as chaos theory. Despite its name, Python programming is much more than just python, it’s a fantastic introduction to coding.

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    ContributorsNate Masterson from Maple Holistics

    #7 Code By Charles Petzold

    This book goes in-depth on the history of computers and how they have influenced today's world. Charles does a great job relating past technologies with new technologies. This book is for any technological skill level and gives great insights into the world of computing.

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    ContributorsRyan Ward from TripShare

    #8 Java: A Beginner’s Guide by Herbert Schildt

    Java is a fundamental programing language and in this book, Schildt starts with the basics of creating and running a program. As the book progresses it covers more complex topics such as keywords, syntax and constructs.

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    ContributorsNate Masterson from Maple Holistics

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