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How to Code in HTML5 and CSS3

‘How to Code in HTML5 and CSS3’ is a free e-book about making websites in HTML5 and CSS for absolute beginners. It doesn’t require any experience in IT to start. The aim of this book is to show the art of making websites using a plain language which is full of practical analogies. After reading over 100 pages you will get to know basic concepts and techniques of web development and be able to build your first website ever!

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Crystal for Rubyists

In this book, we’ll talk about why you should care about Crystal, how to get up and running, the basics of writing software in Crystal, and maybe even something like building a Ruby gem with Crystal.

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Common Lisp the Language: 2nd Edition

The goals of Common Lisp are thus very close to those of Standard Lisp and Portable Standard Lisp. Common Lisp differs from Standard Lisp primarily in incorporating more features, including a richer and more complicated set of data types and more complex control structures.

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Real World Haskell

Haskell is a deep language, and learning it is a hugely rewarding experience. In this ebook, you’ll approach programming from a different and valuable perspective. You’ll also learn how to create software that is short, fast, and safe. Lastly, you’ll have the pleasure of applying beautiful programming techniques to solve real problems.

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Thinking Computationally with Elm ver 0.8

This book attempts to explain Computational Thinking, as if this were 2018, and not 1970. It is a first step in becoming a highly productive programmer who knows how to use tools developed over the last four decades to quickly write correct programs, or a software architect who sees the fundamentals of a operational problem and the fundamentals of data structures, and joins them in a solution.

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Bayesian Statistics Made Simple

The premise of this book, is that if you know how to program, you can use that skill to learn other topics. This book uses Python code instead of math, and discrete approximations instead of continuous mathematics. As a result, what would be an integral in a math book becomes a summation, and most operations on probability distributions are simple loops.

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