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Fundamentals of Computer Programming with C#

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Fundamentals of Computer Programming with C#
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Publisher: Telerik Software Academy
Number of pages: 1132

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The book is a step-by-step guide to learning how to code and anyone interested in programming and motivated to go through the whole book can learn how to do it for 4 months. The book teaches the fundamental concepts of programming, data structures and algorithms, and principles for building high-quality software.

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