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View Resource Introduction to Programming Using Java

Created by a professor of computer science at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, this online textbook "is suitable for use in an introductory programming course and for people who are trying to learn programming on their own." The free resource uses Java as a basis for discussing principles of data types, subroutines, and other program characteristics that are similarly handled in most common...

View Resource C++ In Action

The author of C++ In Action and its online counterpart wrote the book with the intention of transcending the bare-bones essentials of the programming language and expanding into the techniques that make an effective code writer. Three main chapters cover the C++ language and structure, programming techniques, and the software project process; another chapter on Windows techniques is provided as...

View Resource Perldoc.com

Created and maintained by Carlos Ramirez, this site aims to "provide a complete and up-to-date repository of documentation available to the Perl community," including bundled POD documentation as well as documentation of all modules available at the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network (CPAN). The site contains six main sections: a Perl overview, Modules, Distribution Documents, PODs, Executables,...

View Resource Ask the Experts

Scientific American's Ask The Experts Web site is worth mentioning again as a great resource for mid and upper-level science classes. Divided into categories like Astronomy, Biology, Environment, and Medicine, students can submit their own questions or read answers to questions posed by other inquisitive minds. Some of the more recent questions include "If T. rex fell, how did it get up, given...

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