Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs (1/9)

I credit this book and the accompanying videos with giving me enough tools to be hired by google when I didn’t have a college degree. This book feels like pure math at the beginning and builds up from there into a full program that can interpret itself. It’s a thing of beauty and the teachers clearly know it.

This book (and videos) will help you realize that sometimes, you are not telling a computer what to do, you are defining what something is, you are writing an algorithm, distilled knowledge. The fact that a computer will run it is almost secondary.

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