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A Balanced Introduction to Computer Science

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This text uses the Internet as a central theme, studying its history, technology, and current use. Experimental problems use Web-based tools, enabling students to learn programming fundamentals by developing their own interactive Web pages with HTML and JavaScript.


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This text uses the Internet as a central theme, studying its history, technology, and current use. Experimental problems use Web-based tools, enabling students to learn programming fundamentals by developing their own interactive Web pages with HTML and JavaScript.

30 review for A Balanced Introduction to Computer Science

  1. 5 out of 5

    Fyo

    2.5 stars. Okay overview, but I think it needed more explanation of some concepts. There are a good number of projects/examples but I got lost several times because I didn't understand what they demonstrated. This also might sound like a minor nitpick but the green color scheme inside made it difficult to read (I have bad eyesight so readability is important, especially when it's something I have to focus on and learn). Other than these complaints it wasn't too bad. 2.5 stars. Okay overview, but I think it needed more explanation of some concepts. There are a good number of projects/examples but I got lost several times because I didn't understand what they demonstrated. This also might sound like a minor nitpick but the green color scheme inside made it difficult to read (I have bad eyesight so readability is important, especially when it's something I have to focus on and learn). Other than these complaints it wasn't too bad.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Jennifer

    I feel kind of lame to count this towards My List of Books I Read This Year, but hey, I read through most of it and a book is a book. It's a decent textbook introduction to computer science. Goes through the history, social, and technical of CS without getting too deep into any one of those topics. I feel kind of lame to count this towards My List of Books I Read This Year, but hey, I read through most of it and a book is a book. It's a decent textbook introduction to computer science. Goes through the history, social, and technical of CS without getting too deep into any one of those topics.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Kelly

    How much do I love computer programming? Enough to sign up for database systems next semester... This book is very understandable, even to the novice. It incorporates a good blend of history and technical knowledge.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Giron

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  5. 4 out of 5

    Fatin

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