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Humble Bundle math and physics books
#1
yes, I know -- the title looks like spam -- its not
(but that sounds suspiciously like something a spammer would say)

https://www.humblebundle.com/books/appli...romscratch

Humble Bundle is a web site that sells books, video games and software in tiers     
so for this bundle $1 gets you a few books,  
$8 gets you all the $1 books and a few more 
$15 gets you all the lower tier items and even more 

and you can pay more if you like with the excess going to the Red Cross or Whale and Dolphin Conservation  

these books come in pdf and ebook form -- not actual paper books 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKPqYXFc...u.be&t=300

I've bought tons of stuff from Humble over the years -- they're reliable and not a scam site  
I'm definitely buying this bundle too
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#2
Humble Bundle is legit. They do a lot for charity. I've donated to them through purchasing their products for years.
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Thanks, blue booger, I actually have never heard of this before but it's a good thing, I get to learn something new every day!
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(04-20-2020, 10:23 PM)bluebooger Wrote: yes, I know -- the title looks like spam -- its not
(but that sounds suspiciously like something a spammer would say)

https://www.humblebundle.com/books/appli...romscratch

Humble Bundle is a web site that sells books, video games and software in tiers     
so for this bundle $1 gets you a few books,  
$8 gets you all the $1 books and a few more 
$15 gets you all the lower tier items and even more 

and you can pay more if you like with the excess going to the Red Cross or Whale and Dolphin Conservation  

these books come in pdf and ebook form -- not actual paper books 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iKPqYXFc...u.be&t=300

I've bought tons of stuff from Humble over the years -- they're reliable and not a scam site  
I'm definitely buying this bundle too

Seem interesting, I will check it out. Thank you.
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#5
"Automate the Boring Stuff with Python" Udemy course free to sign up until May 7th.

posted by the author of the course and book
https://www.reddit.com/r/learnprogrammin...hon_udemy/
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#6
They have programming books now: https://www.humblebundle.com/books/defin...illy-books

I'm a sucker for Humble Bundle but so many of these books are left unread! Pulled the trigger on this, after purchasing the machine learning, software development and cybersecurity bundles in the past.

Oh well, at least it's for a good cause  Tongue
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O'Reilley is definitely considered the gold standard, as far as programming books go. Even if you don't think you're going to use them (for a while), it's totally worth purchasing them just to have them.
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