Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs has been MIT’s introductory pre-professional computer science subject since 1981.
From MIT open courseware, Introduction to Computer Science based, taught with Python.
Looks like a nice solid list of great information for programmers.
Programming Scala is the first OFPS site from O’Reilly Publishing. “The Open Feedback Publishing System (OFPS) is an O’Reilly experiment that tries to bridge the gap between private manuscripts and public blogs.” Looks like a great resource to learn Scala
Twilio: Web Service API for Making and Receiving Phone Calls, building hosted IVR and PBX telephone applications
Twilio allows your web application to easily make and receive phone calls, using only basic web programming skills like HTTP, XML, and REST. You can build hosted IVR and PBX applications with no up front costs and a free trial.
Command line tool for ordering pizza’s from Dominoes. I’d have to say this is probably one of the best things I’ve seen in quite some time. They even have a video demonstration.
A satirical guide to writing horrible code. Read this and then do the opposite.
Full text Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs ebook from MIT press.
Horror story from reddit.com
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