Publisher: World Scientific

Pages: 500

ISBN: 978-9814449328

Print: 9814449334

Kindle: B00KF43NF0

Audience: Competent mathematicians interested in computer graphics.

Rating: 4.5

Reviewer: Mike James

Math is the foundation of computer graphics and vision so this book seems like something your should read.

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]]>Author: William "Bo" Rothwell

Publisher: Addison Wesley

Pages: 284

ISBN: 978-0134657288

Print: 0134657284

Kindle: B06ZY85CPJ

Audience: Wannabe Linux programmers

Rating: 2

Reviewer: Harry Fairhead

Programming in Linux is an interesting topic because there are so many ways to approach it.

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]]>Author: Robert C. Seacord

Publisher: Addison-Wesley

Pages: 600

ISBN: 978-0321822130

Print:0321822137

Kindle:B00C0OBZI0

Audience: Experienced C/C++ Programmers

Rating: 4.5

Reviewer: Mike James

In C we need to keep the security of our code in mind all the time otherwise it can be compromised and form a route into the machine. This book aims to help you fix the problem before it starts.

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]]>Publisher: Manning

Pages: 328

ISBN: 978-1633430273

Print: 1633430278

Audience:Programmers wanting to be data scientists

Rating: 1

Reviewer: Mike James

Everyone seems to want to be a data scientist at the moment. Does this book help?

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