Wednesday, October 15, 2003

Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programming Online!

I just got this email from a friend of mine. It also has lectures. Cool...Now, I have something to do when I get to Nebreska! I read SICP ealier this year and loved it (it was one of the eye openers for Lisp/Scheme) and now I can't wait to see the lectures! What fun! Anyway, here's his email with all of the info:
    > Hello all,
    > I wanted to send this link to some very, very good information. The SICP
    > (Structure and Interpretation of Computer Science) book is one of the most
    > respected and useful books on computer science. This page provides a link to
    > the free online version of the book and to lecture videos that are give by the
    > authors each semester at MIT. We are very lucky to have these online for
    > everyone to learn from.
    > Sam

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