Unit Operations: An Approach to Videogame Criticism "Bogost challenges humanists and technologists to pay attention to one another, something they desperately need to do as computation accelerates us into the red zones of widespread virtual reality. This book gives us what we need to meet that challenge: a general theory for understanding creativity under computation, one that will apply...
Computer Science Logo Style 2/e, Vol. 1: Symbolic Computing This book isn’t for everyone.
Not everyone needs to program computers. There is a popular myth that if you
aren’t “computer literate,” whatever that means, then you’ll flunk out of college, you’ll
never get a job, and you’ll be poor and miserable all your life. The myth is promoted...
Software Abstractions : Logic, Language, and Analysis Software is built on abstractions. Pick the right ones, and programming
will flow naturally from design; modules will have small and simple interfaces;
and new functionality will more likely fit in without extensive
reorganization. Pick the wrong ones, and programming will be a series
of nasty surprises: interfaces will become...
Software Engineering for Internet Applications This is the textbook for the MIT course ‘‘Software Engineering for Internet
Applications.’’ The course is intended for juniors and seniors in computer
science. We assume that they know how to write a computer program and
debug it. We do not assume knowledge of any particular programming languages,
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