Do you still buy programming books, or do you learn everything from online sources?
All online sources. I don't think I own a single programming book.
I really love books and can learn new things out of books very good. I also like the better haptic feeling compared to online books.
I have never bought programming books. I was learning by trial and errors at start. But now online resources are the main learning center.
Mostly on line sources, but it's still nice to have a book, GPU Gems ect..
I take everything from the internet, mainly because I didn't, and I still don't, enough money to buy some extra stuff like programming books
sometimes, online is good for targeting issue.
book can get some other related things...
I want to learn C++ properly. For this, I intend to buy a C++ book when I have set aside the time towards learning it.
But books only work as a primer (at least for me). Once I get past the basics, I prefer on-line sources like stackoverflow where there's an abundance of experts who can help with my specific problem, rather than a textbook that wouldn't discuss it for the sake of brevity
I love books- they're so organized and generally don't have holes or jumps in what they're covering.
I think the web is good for reference, or learning here-and-there, but it's not usually very consistent.
Still love books
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