25 Free Computer Science Books | Coderholic As a computer scientist I'm always looking to improve my knowledge of the subject. There are lots of great sources of information available online, but nothing really beats the depth of knowledge that you can find in a book. It is possible to get the best of both worlds though, as many books are now available online in full, and free of charge! Below is a selection of 25 of the best free computer science books that I've found online, with a brief description of each one. Where the book is also available in printed form I've included a link to Amazon, using my affiliate link. If you'd like to buy one of the books but would rather not help towards the cost of running this blog then you can search for the books directly on the Amazon site. Become An X coder A guide to MacOSX development with Cocoa using Objective-C. The Cathedral and the Bazaar Eric Raymond's brilliant book about Open Source software, and its impact on software development projects. Learn You a Haskell for Great Good!
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