Hello, World!

DANIEL ANDREWS • BOAZ WILLIS

"Hello, World!" is a coffee table book that captures the first magical moments of programming through beautiful artistic exposition.

{ABOUT THE BOOK}

The “Hello, World!” command is the first and most basic program that one executes when learning how to program. The crazy thing about it is that it’s written differently in every programming language, despite doing the same thing in all of them. Just about every programmer marks the beginning of their programming career with the "Hello, World!" command.


Until now, programmers have had no way of showing off what they do or what they are interested in. This book is an open door to dialogue and discussion about the world of programming, its roots, and its depth. Whether you program as a hobby or a profession, "Hello, World!" is the perfect book for your coffee table. Each two-sheet spread reserves one page as a display of the "Hello, World!" command and the other for fun facts about the language, its history, and uses.


Get ready to be the coolest programmer on the block!

FEATURES
9"x9" hardcover bound
96 pages
40+ programming languages
Glossary
Printed on #100 gloss paper
Programming language timeline
WHAT'S INSIDE?
A two-page spread for each language detailing the history and some interesting facts about the programming language, as well as the code for the "Hello, World!" command.
A timeline which places all of the programming languages chronologically, so you can see how languages developed and built upon each other.
A glossary to help explain all the different terminology and features that make each language unique and useful.
QR codes for learning more about each language, and even how to program in it!

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DANIEL ANDREWS

Daniel Andrews currently attends the University of California, Berkeley. He is able to solve a Rubik’s cube in 53 seconds, has built multiple robots, and aspires to one day use the Piet programming language to build a rocket ship.

BOAZ WILLIS

Boaz Willis attends the Jewish Theological Seminary at Columbia University in New York. In his free time he enjoys sailing, skiing, surfing, and spending time with his family and friends.