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Programming Pearls (1986)

door Jon Bentley

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When programmers list their favourite books, Jon Bentley's collection of programming pearls is commonly included among the classics. Just as natural pearls grow from grains of sand that irritate oysters, programming pearls have grown from real problems that have irritated real programmers. With origins beyond solid engineering, in the realm of insight and creativity, Bentley's pearls offer unique and clever solutions to those nagging problems. Illustrated by programs designed as much for fun as for instruction, the book is filled with lucid and witty descriptions of practical programming techniques and fundamental design principles. It is not at all surprising that Programming Pearls has been so highly valued by programmers at every level of experience. What remains the same in this edition is Bentley's focus on the hard core of programming problems and his delivery of workable solutions to those problems. Whether you are new to Bentley's classic or are revisiting his work for some fresh insight, the book is sure to make your own list of favourites.… (meer)
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A lot of good articles on the intricacies of computer programming. A bit outdated, but then again, what isn't? ( )
  trilliams | May 30, 2015 |
Indeholder "Part I: Preliminaries", "Part II: Performance", "Part III: The Product". "Epilog", "Appendix: Catalog of Algorithms", "Hints for Selected Problems", "Solutions to Selected Problems", "Index".
"Part I: Preliminaries" indeholder "Column 1: Cracking the Oyster", "Column 2: Aha! Algorithms", "Column 3: Data Structures Programs", "Column 4: Writing Correct Programs"
"Part II: Performance" indeholder "Column 5: Perspective on Performance", "Column 6: The Back of the Envelope", "Column 7: Algorithm Design Techniques", "Column 8: Code Tuning", "Column 9: Squeezing Space"
"Part III: The Product" indeholder "Column 10: Sorting", "Column 11: Searching", "Column 12: Heaps", "Column 13: A Spelling Checker".
Stadig ganske aktuel selv om nogle af eksemplerne er overhalede af hardwaren, dvs man skal bare gange problemstørrelsen med fx 100 og så er de stadig aktuelle.
Jons bøger bør genlæses mindst hvert andet år, hvis man skriver programmer til daglig ( )
  bnielsen | Oct 6, 2010 |
If you want to learn about the latest web programming frameworks, design patterns, J2EE, .NET, CSS, RoR, etc. then please stay away from this book. Once you think you mastered it all, became a professional programmer with also a nice CS degree under your belt come back and start to read this book for pure pleasure and wisdom. It is with high probability that you'll have both and more than you could have imagined.

Bentley's classic work is still relevant but not in ways most programmers will imagine at the beginning. You'll probably never go and write your own search routines and re-implement classical data structures (you'll use the one that comes with the standard libraries of your language of choice) but you'll always meet some problems which will puzzle you with interesting constraints. This is what Programming Pearls is all about. Study the examples for fun and maybe laugh at them for their simplicity but then remember to applied the strong principles in that book to your daily technical problems (programming related or not). ( )
2 stem EmreSevinc | Jul 2, 2010 |
Lively but dated intro to data structures. ( )
  hithereimdan | Sep 19, 2008 |
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When programmers list their favourite books, Jon Bentley's collection of programming pearls is commonly included among the classics. Just as natural pearls grow from grains of sand that irritate oysters, programming pearls have grown from real problems that have irritated real programmers. With origins beyond solid engineering, in the realm of insight and creativity, Bentley's pearls offer unique and clever solutions to those nagging problems. Illustrated by programs designed as much for fun as for instruction, the book is filled with lucid and witty descriptions of practical programming techniques and fundamental design principles. It is not at all surprising that Programming Pearls has been so highly valued by programmers at every level of experience. What remains the same in this edition is Bentley's focus on the hard core of programming problems and his delivery of workable solutions to those problems. Whether you are new to Bentley's classic or are revisiting his work for some fresh insight, the book is sure to make your own list of favourites.

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