Free programming books available to download from Github

Interesting this news that I read in Bitelia over a free book repository of various programming languages, which has been organized by the GitHub Community, and how could it be otherwise, a variant of free books has been born in Spanish.

Free books for everyone

Reviewing the categories a bit I have found very interesting things. There is quite a bit of material on Bash, HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, Firefox OS, Android-Linux… Etc.

Perhaps the only bad thing about this excellent repository of free books is that many are in external links and we must follow some instructions in some cases to download them. An excellent opportunity to make use of Caliber and have our collection of digital books well organized.

I leave the links for quick access, and remember that there are also free books in Spanish:

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  1.   linuxgnu said

    Just programming, how boring.

  2.   Gabriel said

    I knew the English version but not the one in Spanish, very good information 😉

  3.   mat1986 said

    Interesting !!, it never hurts to have one of these books in case of need :). By the way, there is something that intrigues me: what is this "language / programming agnostic"?

    1.    switcher said

      As I understand it, they are things that can be applied to any programming language (such as the algorithms or the paradigm to be used) or that do not depend on a specific one (such as books on licenses, mathematics or the "open source ecosystems" that are found in the English version).

  4.   Cristian David said

    Incredible, thank you so much for sharing.

  5.   Victor said

    Thanks for the information.

  6.   kuk said

    good info to download books: p

  7.   guiovanny said

    Hello, my comment is for the section of free software communities by country, since the part where your recommendation says it did not help me and I got to that section through this part; seeing that there was no from Colombia there is dragonjar.org which provides information on these communities in different cities of Colombia, thank you if you take my recommendation into account. I have tried to know linux by damn but sudo -s does not work for me, which is how I have seen in 10 tutorials to be able to install it, I would appreciate if there is someone interested in saying why.

    1.    let's use linux said

      Thank you! I've been seeing what you were telling us.
      Unfortunately, the Dragonjar.org community is geared towards Informatic security, not free software. While the two may be related, they are not exactly the same.
      A hug! Paul.

  8.   k40sk1d said

    Wow !!… how many books, the ones that interest me are: c / c ++, c # python, java.

  9.   Ankou said

    A very good selection and on top of that they update it from time to time, especially in English.

  10.   xnmm said

    What would interest me would be a book about game programming in Java, not C or C ++ because they are not very portable, and the idea is to make a minecraft but free and that it has all its functions and more.

    Do you recommend any book?

    1.    Raul P. said

      You have to buy books about opengl, I recommend books written in English.

  11.   belkis said

    I am interested in books for installing programs that interest me, games and knowing my team better