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I wanna get into Computer Engineering. Could you guys recommend me books or other forms of content (for beginners, preferably) so I can learn about the subjects I will handle in Uni?
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>>10470331
Joel on Software. After reading it, then decide if software engineering is really right for you.
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>>10470380
Is itfor beginners? Or is it that kind of book to scare me off to see if I'm up for it? Hahaha
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Structure and Interpretation (lisp) MIT series on youtube

Introduction to programming (python) Stanford series (Fall 2008 edition) on youtube
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>>10470331
https://4chan-science.fandom.com/wiki/Computer_Science_and_Engineering

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>>10470410
>>>/g/tfo
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>>10470407
It's an overview of life in software development. If isn't meant to scare you off or to entice you. It is meant to give you a true understanding of what it is like to be a software developer.



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