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Last Edited by annie930ny August 18, 2016 at 07:03 AM
http://www.freetechbooks.com/

The site has a great selection of books for getting started with the tech and computer science world.

From "A Balanced Introduction to Computer Science" and "Fundamentals of C++ Programming" to high level books like "Active Calculus - Multivariable". All books are free, and all books are complete, with Fundamentals of C++ being 647 pages!

The site looks to be a great resource and is just in time for the fall semester!



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This site lists free online computer science, engineering and programming books, textbooks and lecture notes, all of which are legally and freely available over the Internet.

Throughout this site, other terms are used to refer to a book, such as ebook, text, document, monogram or notes.

What’s the Catch?

NONE. All the books listed in this site are freely available, as they are hosted on websites that belong to the authors or the publishers.

Please note that (a) we do not host pirated books and (b) we do not link to sites that host pirated books and (c) we do not even link to sites that link to sites that host pirated books.

http://www.freetechbooks.com/

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Thank you for posting this. My son is 11 years and he is very good in Logic/Maths. I want to start teaching Data Structures, Algorithms, Pseudo code and other concepts first. Don't want to jump on to specific programming language. Which book is the best? (completed Comp Science engineering 20 years back so forgot the book names). Thanks in Advance
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Quote from mukvidkal View Post :
Thank you for posting this. My son is 11 years and he is very good in Logic/Maths. I want to start teaching Data Structures, Algorithms, Pseudo code and other concepts first. Don't want to jump on to specific programming language. Which book is the best? (completed Comp Science engineering 20 years back so forgot the book names). Thanks in Advance
I started with "A Balanced Introduction to Computer Science" but if you look on the front page, there is a "Most Popular Books" section at the bottom right.
They should get you on the right track
Good Luck!
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Thanks
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Damn. No differential equations or quantum mechanics.
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Thx, tu and shared!Smilie
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