Once again, Humble Bundle has put together another great deal for programmers. This month you can pick up the Learn You More Code by No Starch Press for a limited time (expires 4/5/21).
The bundle includes over 12 books covering topics in the realm of Java development, to shell scripting, to C++ coding and Linux command line use.
There's a little bit of something for everyone in this collection and at a minimum, you can stock up your shelves with more books.
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What is Humble Bundle?
Humble Bundle sells games, eBooks, software, and other digital content. They support charities while providing awesome content to customers at great prices. They launched in 2010 with a single two-week Humble Indie Bundle. They have humbly grown into a store full of games and bundles, a subscription service, a game publisher, and more.
I've been a fan for years now and have probably more eBooks and games than I can play/read in this decade.
What you get
For just $1, you can pick up the following 4 books to add to your collection.
These are super easy to get into books that you can pretty much pick up whenever you have a moment to just get some supplemental knowledge.
I, at a minimum, always get the $1 tier simply because you're not going to find these books for cheaper anytime soon.
I still have a substantial amount of these books in my collection that I have not read just yet, but it's definitely convenient to have around just in case.
The second tier is still a good deal at $10 and includes the following 6 books, on top of the ones listed above.
There's a little bit of C++ and a little bit of Rust plus some Python thrown into the mix. And if Bayesian statistics is your thing, then there is that as well.
And the final bundle in the list (remember that you get all of the other books as well), includes the following 5 books to round out the collection.
These are definitely more on the conceptual side of things and might be more suitable for the Computer Scientist over the hobby programmer.
My eyes are on the Powershell book in this one, as automation is definitely on my radar this year.
Once again, you are free to pay whatever you wish and to divvy up the amounts between Humble Bundle, the publisher and a charity also however you wish.
It's for charity
This month, proceeds will go to support The No Starch Press Foundation and Girls who Code as well.
Great organizations designed to make software engineering more widespread and easier to get into in this day and age.
You can pick out your bundle right over here.