So, I wanted to read this book. Thankfully, it’s free! Unfortunately, it’s in Russian. *only in Russian* I know a tiny bit of Russian but not enough to read this book. I also prefer videos over reading. So, I did this. Translated, converted, text to speech, etc – learned a lot – took a while. I’d be done except the translator messed up the page numbering… and it’s a 520 page book.
Use both sides of your brain at once, or just one. You can turn off the side you don’t want to hear if you like.
Russian on Left Channel, English on Right Channel.
Learn to read, write and understand the algorithms. Algorithms for correct thinking. Basics of algorithms. – M .: DMK Press, 2014. – 520 p. – Illustration 272. – ISBN 978-5-94074-996-7 by Vladimir Parondzhanova – Drakon.
Translation by Google Translate and lots of other tools Kenneth Udut put together to make this happen. It’s a big book and may take a while to complete, but I wanted to read it and it’s only in Russian. It would take me longer to learn Russian than it would to do this. So I did this.