links for 2011-09-07

  • I quite often get asked by friends, colleagues who are interested in learning about distributed systems saying “Please tell me what are the top papers and books we need to read to learn more about distributed systems”. I used to write one off emails giving a few pointers. Now that, I’ve asked enough I thought it is a worthwhile exercise to put these together in a single post.
  • The book features thorough integration of theory and practice, and presents theory as an essential component of practice, rather than in contrast to it. Thus, students are introduced to the analytic tools they need to write effective and efficient programs, in the context of practical and concrete applications.

    The authors present development of object-oriented programming, one concept at a time. Each of the component concepts that constitute object-oriented programming (OOP) is introduced independently; they are then incrementally blended together.
    In keeping with modern curricular recommendations, this book presents multiple programming paradigms: functional programming, assembly-language programming, and object-oriented programming–enabling the student to transition easily from Scheme to other programming languages.

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