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Excellent; doesn't hold back on key concepts which other books steer clear of due to computational complexity. Very effective.
on November 3, 2011
I've been reading computer science books for over six months while trying to learn the field. Of all the material I've come across which amounts to quite a bit, this 200+ page summary without question offers the most valuable review of the core aspects of computer science by far. What really impressed me is the emphasis on computational theory from the start as well as a wide range of examples of various programming languages with code samples to boot. If you're interested in truly learning computer science from its foundation or if you feel unfamiliar with any area of computer science I strongly recommend this book.