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Friday, 30 July 2021

Proclaimed as "A book of haiku to help with your coding skills" this fun title is a collection of some of the tips, tricks and hints Dr Nicholas J Macias says he most often give his computer science students, re-cast as a series of haiku. Topics include data structures, pointers, debugging, system programming, recursion, programming tools, general coding help, coding style, "gotchas" and vi.

<ASIN:‎ B09B7B5W73>

Dr Macias worked on the Cell Matrix: a reconfigurable patform with a hardware-introspection capability.

Author: Nicholas J Macias
Publisher: Independently published
Date: July 2021
Pages: 177
ISBN: 978-8540048064
Print: ‎ B09B7B5W73
Audience: Programmers needing some light relief
Level: Intermediate
Category: Methodology


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Programming for the Puzzled

Author: Srini Devadas
Publisher: MIT Press
Date: Nov 2017
Pages: 272
ISBN: 978-0262534307
Print: 0262534304
Kindle: B077GLCR99
Audience:Python Programmers
Rating: 5 (but see conclusion)
Reviewer: Mike James
Some of us are puzzled some of the time - can you learn Python this way?

TinyML: Machine Learning with TensorFlow Lite

Authors: Pete Warden and Daniel Situnayake
Publisher: O'Reilly
Date: December 2019
Pages: 504
ISBN: 978-1492052043
Print: 1492052043
Kindle: B082TY3SX7
Audience: Developers interested in machine learning
Rating: 5, but see reservations
Reviewer: Harry Fairhead
Can such small machines really do ML?

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