anonymous
  • anonymous
I'm looking for a good read on the complete history of computer programming. Something that covers things like the impact of old or now defunct languages and the emergence of OOP. Recommendations?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
There are tons of great books on the history of computers, but none have the depth and breadth of Wikipedia. Search history of computers and explore.
anonymous
  • anonymous
If you're looking for information on computer languages, take a look at concepts of Programming languages by Robert Sebesta. It's kind of an overview of a lot of different languages and how they relate.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Thanks guys. Yeah, that's kind of what I've been doing already, link-hopping on Wikipedia. So much to absorb. That book sounds like a good reference, thanks again, I'll check it out!

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carlsmith
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I wouldn't mind a concrete recommendation on this one, it'd be a good read.

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