02 4 / 2013
97 Things Every Programmer Should Know is a collection of short, two page essays, each by an experienced, sometimes famous programmer. The book is a collection of tips and tricks for writing code. The essay summaries below are some of my favorites.
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01 3 / 2013
If you don’t know how to code, then you can learn even if you think you can’t. Thousands of people have learned programming from these fine books: I’m also working on a whole series of programming education books at learncodethehardway.org. These are works in progress, and feedback is welcome.
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25 1 / 2011
"I like books. I like the idea of holding them and turning pages. It creates a physical experience, a personal time. The artist book is about being a book. It is about turning pages, going back and forth and controlling time and space. It is like a wall, a gallery, a frame or a video. It is a possibility to do art. Of course, most of the books are used for reading text and my text is not a traditional text because these are not words which are meant to be information."
22 12 / 2010
"We need to make books cool again. If you go home with somebody and they don’t have books, don’t fuck them."