May 31, 2008

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Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs is a classic, must read computer science book. It focuses on the core ideas of computer science that can be applied to all languages. Like my Thinking in Java posts, I am going to use this blog to keep track of my progress as I read through the book again. SICP uses Scheme to illustrate the ideas, but I will mostly use Common Lisp, and maybe even a little Python just to show the differences.