JavaScript: The Good Parts
Most programming languages contain good and bad parts, but JavaScript has more than its share of the bad, having been developed and released in a hurry before it could be refined. This authoritative book scrapes away these bad features to reveal a subset of JavaScript that's more reliable, readable, and maintainable than the language as a...   Discrete Mathematics for Computer Scientists
Many colleges and universities offer a course in discrete mathematics. Students
taking these courses are from many disciplines, one of the largest
being computer science. As a part of the Mathematics Across the Curriculum
project at Dartmouth, supported by the National Science Foundation,1
we proposed to create a discrete mathematics...   Fundamentals of Mathematics
The FUNDAMENTALS OF MATHEMATICS, Tenth Edition, offers a comprehensive and objectivesbased review of all basic mathematics concepts. The author helps learners by addressing three important needs: 1) establishing good study habits and overcoming math anxiety, 2) making the connections between mathematics and their modern, daytoday... 
Algorithmic Puzzles
While many think of algorithms as specific to computer science, at its core algorithmic thinking is defined by the use of analytical logic to solve problems. This logic extends far beyond the realm of computer science and into the wide and entertaining world of puzzles. In Algorithmic Puzzles, Anany and Maria Levitin use many classic...   Blockchain Basics: A NonTechnical Introduction in 25 Steps
In 25 concise steps, you will learn the basics of blockchain technology. No mathematical formulas, program code, or computer science jargon are used. No previous knowledge in computer science, mathematics, programming, or cryptography is required. Terminology is explained through pictures, analogies, and metaphors.
This book...   
