[Phpwm] (Computer Science) Reading Material
petegraham1 at gmail.com
Wed Jun 21 16:36:59 BST 2006
Yes Java books are fine. I actually learned Java as my first programming
language and didn't begin using PHP until a few years later.
If you could ask Kat to suggest a specific database book that would be
On 21/06/06, David Goodwin <david at codepoets.co.uk> wrote:
> pete graham wrote:
> > Recently I have been starting reading "A Practical Introduction to Data
> > Structures and Algorithm Analysis". This is a text book that I bought at
> > university, attempted to read, managed about 10 pages then put it away
> > because it was boring me to death.
> I've come across a few .... if you don't mind reading a Java book - I'd
> recommend the 'Pragmatic Programmer' (Hunt & Thomas), 'Bitter Java' or
> 'Professional Issues in Software Engineering' (Frank Bott et al)
> If you're really feeling like being a student again, find 'Software
> Engienering' by Sommerville.
> Kat would recommend one of her database bibles - probably one written by
> Connolly and Begg....
> David Goodwin
> [ david at codepoets dot co dot uk ]
> [ http://www.codepoets.co.uk ]
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