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I didn't take a CS or Software Engineering degree, it was physics all the way through, where coding was essential and incidental at the same time. I did take a master in HPC, where they taught us a LOT about processors, including some of the concepts above (especially pipelining and caching). When I eventually stumbled into a career as a programmer, these concepts were invaluable.

Will look forward to reading this. Thanks for the post.

 

I think that this book is a lot more "practical" as opposed to traditional books used in the CS curriculum. I know that I learned a lot of "related" stuff in college, but none of it ever seemed relevant like the information in this book.

Thanks for the great comment!

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