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Computer Science is the fastest growing field in the World and there are no signs of slowing. Just because this is a relatively new field of study, it should not be scary to learn or thought to be too difficult to understand. Anyone who has ever turned on a phone or surfed the Internet should have a basic understanding of what happens when the mouse is clicked or the scree Computer Science is the fastest growing field in the World and there are no signs of slowing. Just because this is a relatively new field of study, it should not be scary to learn or thought to be too difficult to understand. Anyone who has ever turned on a phone or surfed the Internet should have a basic understanding of what happens when the mouse is clicked or the screen is touched (and how fast it happens!). How does a simple process convert to 1’s and 0’s and travel thousands of miles in a blink of the eye? What is an IP address? What do IP/TCP, DNS, HTML, and CSS stand for? How do large movies and thousands of songs all fit onto a hard drive? How can secrets be sent in plain sight? These questions are answered in Computer Science Principles: The Foundational Concepts of Computer Science, plus spreadsheets, photo-editing, web-design (HTML and CSS), learning to code with JavaScript, and more!


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Computer Science is the fastest growing field in the World and there are no signs of slowing. Just because this is a relatively new field of study, it should not be scary to learn or thought to be too difficult to understand. Anyone who has ever turned on a phone or surfed the Internet should have a basic understanding of what happens when the mouse is clicked or the scree Computer Science is the fastest growing field in the World and there are no signs of slowing. Just because this is a relatively new field of study, it should not be scary to learn or thought to be too difficult to understand. Anyone who has ever turned on a phone or surfed the Internet should have a basic understanding of what happens when the mouse is clicked or the screen is touched (and how fast it happens!). How does a simple process convert to 1’s and 0’s and travel thousands of miles in a blink of the eye? What is an IP address? What do IP/TCP, DNS, HTML, and CSS stand for? How do large movies and thousands of songs all fit onto a hard drive? How can secrets be sent in plain sight? These questions are answered in Computer Science Principles: The Foundational Concepts of Computer Science, plus spreadsheets, photo-editing, web-design (HTML and CSS), learning to code with JavaScript, and more!

30 review for Computer Science Principles: The Foundational Concepts of Computer Science - For AP® Computer Science Principles

  1. 5 out of 5

    Tebogo Mokgabudi

    Wow Finally, a book that succinctly explains the fundamentals of JavaScript. The simple language used to convey the essence of programming. What a joy to read for any beginner.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Richard

    Good for the “old-timers” too. I was looking for a book to help me use my kindle and accidentally downloaded this book. How wonderful I did! I didn’t get any tips about the kindle, but I learned about everything else: computers, the internet, password importance, and data. I recommend this to all the old-timers, like myself.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Jio

    Good and brief overview! This is book is great if you are considering a bachelors in comouter science or need a refresher. dont let this be your last stop. The author covers important concepts at a high level hence the title of the book. Good read.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Prince

    What an awesome read! I’ve been trying to understand computers for 10 plus years. This finally did it! This book is a basic explanation any one can and should get!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Anish Ranjan

    Amazing

  6. 4 out of 5

    Monetta

    Great supplement for the APCS P course or for genera CS knowledge. Suitable for all ages.

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