This doesn't quite fit the Meditation page, but it fits here
more than on the SOPW page.
Well, I decided to beef up my programming skills with a
little hard-core Comp. Sci. reading. I ran across a set
of three books by Donald E. Knuth: 3 volume set of The Art
of Computer Programming.
Will it be worth my time reading through these books, or
should I stick to more concrete programming books. I am not
the most adept at Algorithms, and the Wolf book is a little
more Perl-centric than I was really looking for.
Ideas? Comments? Suggestions? I really need to improve
on my coding theory so I will not be limited later on.
I posted this in the Chatterbox, and I got two well-formulated
responses, so I know there are some good thinkers here.
J. J. Horner
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