What Happened to the Computer Section in Book Stores? (The Daily Overpass #198)
Today, I talk about my recent trips to bookstores and how technology seems to be moving faster than programming frameworks are invented. So, I rarely see programming books in physical form anymore.
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What Happened to the Computer Section in Book Stores?