Here is a list of books I would recommend to anyone who wants to learn something about our world:
And here a list for anyone who wants to learn something about other worlds:
- P vs. NP Problem
- Prime Numbers
- Gravity Visualized
- What is NOT Random
- The True Science of Parallel Universes
- The Future of Robotics and Artificial Intelligence
- History of Mathematics in 50 Minutes
- Fermat's Last Theorem
- Coursera.org – If you want to get a deeper understanding of some interesting stuff.
- Czech Python – For anyone who happens to live in the Czech Republic and wants to learn programming in Python, yet doesn't know where to start.
- Mergado Developers Blog – Our company's blog about development.
- The Feynman Lectures on Physics – A copy of Feynman's lectures on physics online for anyone with Internet access.
- Learn You a Haskell – A book about one of the purest functional programming languages Haskell, available online.
- Skokaniotyci.cz – A collection of some very good short stories written by a bunch of Czech authors. If you don't know Czech language, you should learn it.
- Visualizing Algorithms – Very clever visualization of some popular algorithms.
- Color Palettes – Useful when struggling with a combination of colors on your website or something.
- My Tips – My recommendations.