Media praise for Computer Science Programming Basics in Ruby

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"I usually say Sunday is the creative day! I looked around to see what creative thing I could be doing today. Ok … Let’s learn another programming language. During the week I got hands on Computer Science Programming Basics with Ruby. The book consists of 188 pages perfect for some… " Full Review >
-- Nitin K Sookun,

"I read this book as part of the O'Reilly blogger program. I have been a professional software engineer since 2008, and I thought that I wouldn't gain much from this book from a technical perspective and just provide some creative feedback for future readers. I also regularly enjoy teaching others about technology and different aspects of development. I was very impressed with the authors' presentation of material." Full Review >
-- Jim Schubert,

"The book is a simple, short introduction to computer science and programming. It's an unusual book as it is really short and concise (side note: compare it to The Art of Computer Programming by Donald E. Knuth " 3168 pages)." Full Review >
-- Michal Konrad Owsiak,

"This isn't the book for you if you want to mainly do tutorials with Ruby. I see it as a good starter book for those really new to computer science as a topic or are just interested in maybe starting to program. " Full Review >
-- Dylan Scott,

"Overall, the book could do with treatment of more computer science focused topics, as it happens to be the objective of the book." Full Review >
-- Amit Saha,

"The book is a short read, at 188 pages, yet does an admirable job of providing a basic overview of both the core Ruby programming language and some fundamental computer science concepts. I was particularly impressed with the overviews of some major sorting/searching algorithms and measurement of complexity (Big O Notation). The authors made these topics very accessible which is an impressive feat." Full Review >
-- Jason Irwin,