RE: Greetings, and a question (or two)...

Subject: RE: Greetings, and a question (or two)...
From: Lief Erickson <lerickson -at- mqsoftware -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Mon, 19 Mar 2001 15:06:54 -0600

Jason Buss wrote in response to A.R. Goldman's request about writing a book
project that has come his way:

<<While most introductory books offer "no prior programming experience
needed", more often than not, that particular claim is Bravo Sierra. I think
a book that offers language-independent primers on programming concepts
(loops, conditionals, methods, classes, ect) would be a big help to
non-programmers wanting to take the plunge and try to learn a computer
language (would have helped me).>>

The text book for my programming logic course is really well written. The
book is non-language specific and that the concepts that Jason mentions
(loops, conditionals, methods, classes, etc.) were specifically covered. The
book we use in class is _A Guide to Programming Logic and Design_ by Joyce

A.R. Goldman may want to look at it (and other similar books) before
embarking on his project.



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