|The Go Programming Language,
by Alan Donovan and Brian Kernighan, is now available.
For more information, visit the book web site at
Available in paperback and e-book formats.
Translations in Japanese, Korean, Chinese (both Simplified and Traditional),
Russian, Portuguese and Polish will be available soon.
March 2016: The Japanese translation, by Yoshiki Shibata, is now available for preorder.
|D is for Digital: What a well-informed person should know about
computers and communications is now available at
a division of Amazon. This book is based on COS 109, Computers in Our
World. It explains how today's computing and communications world
operates, from hardware through software to the Internet and the web.
It includes enough detail that you can understand how these systems
work, no matter what your technical background. The social,
political and legal issues that new technology creates are discussed as
well, so one can understand the difficult issues we face and appreciate
the tradeoffs that have to be made to resolve them.
It's intended as a compact but detailed and thorough explanation of how
computers and communications systems work, for non-technical readers who
want to better understand the world they live in. It should also be a useful
source for technical readers who want to help their
friends and family learn about digital systems. $14.95.
The Kindle edition is also available: $9.95. Readable on any device that supports Amazon's Kindle reader app.
A Japanese translation is also available (March 2013).
A Chinese translation is also available (July 2013).
|Hello, World! Opinion columns from The Daily Princetonian is now available as a
Kindle book from Amazon.
Updated May 2013 with 9 new columns. $0.99.
Mon Mar 14 07:47:38 EDT 2016