How to Count (approx. 70 pages), introduces you in a laid-back, conversational tone to math concepts that are essential to becoming a successful programmer. Topics include:
This short, easily understood book will quickly get you thinking like a programmer.
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Errata for 1st edition:
P. 41: The word "saying" is omitted before the phrase "something that's actually pretty simple".
P. 50: Recent versions of Mac OS X will display drive capacities that mirror the marketing description. This, rather than benevolence on the part of hard drive manufacturers, may explain why 2 TB drives now appear as 2 TB on the desktop.
P. 51: 1 TiB is of course equal to 1,024 GiB (not 1,024 TiB).
P. 54: Contrary to this page's claim, data transfer is more commonly measured with 1 kilobit equal to 1,000 bits. This slightly changes the outcome of the conversion to kBps that follows on page 56.
P. 60: The "moved right 9 places" number should read: 3,140,000,000.