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Tom Bell Books In Order

Publication Order of Satire Books

To Poo or Not to Poo: Philosophical Thoughts from the Smallest Room (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Children’s Books

Where the Lost Things Go (2013) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Travel Books

Spain: The best of Spanish interiors, gardens, architecture, landscapes (1990) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
The Greenwood Guide to Australia & New Zealand: Special Hand-Picked Accommodation (2003) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Lessons Learned (2017) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Technology Books

Programming for Everyday Life (2014) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Programming: A Primer - Coding For Beginners (Icp Primers in Electronics and Computer Science) (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Bullying Books

Beat Bullying (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle
Defeating Cyberbullying In The Digital Age (2015) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

Publication Order of Religious Books

The Miracle of the Third Day (2016) Hardcover  Paperback  Kindle

About Tom Bell

A British author, Tom Bell, is highly regarded for his expertise within the world of programming, as well as being a highly accomplished writer. Mainly focusing on non-fiction guides and tutorials, he has also produced a number of instructional manuals for his readers. These have all managed to raise his profile as one of the foremost leading figures currently working within his particular industry today. Writing in a clear and concise manner, he is easy to understand, with his direct and to the point books that convey exactly what he’s trying to say straight away. This has provided many readers with a clear set of instructions helping them to progress within the field, as they all aim to take their programming career forwards as well. Gaining a higher level of prominence, he continues to expand upon his body of work, with his career continuing to grow from strength-to-strength.

Early and Personal Life

Growing up with a passion for computing, Tom Bell would customize himself with all the latest in the world of programming. This was an interest that would continue throughout much of his life, going on into his adult career, becoming one of the leading figures within his chosen area. Knowing a lot about the subject, he would also begin to tutor others on it all as well, all whilst trying to make it as clear and accessible as possible too. Using his own studies as the template, he would provide everything that he’d learned to even wider audience than ever before, which he’d become celebrated for in time.

Gaining a Master of Engineering from the University of Southampton, Bell would go on to become a freelance developer for a number of different companies. This would provide him with a certain level of insight that he wouldn’t have had otherwise, allowing him to hold a certain degree of authority in the subject matter. Following this he would also pursue post-graduate studies in intellectual property law as well, which enabled him to progress into the field of patent applications too.

Writing Career

Taking his knowledge of programming, Tom Bell would soon progress into the world of literature, as he would become a prolific writer as well as a programmer. Seeking to impart his knowledge of his craft, he would move on to write self-contained instruction manuals that were clear and straightforward for the reader. It would begin with the title ‘Programming for Everyday Life’, which he would write in 2014, allowing him to quickly rise in prominence.

Helping countless young programmers to begin learning coding, Tom Bell has been instrumental in the success of many looking to make a career in the field. Winning awards for his work, he has managed to receive the ICP ‘Notable Titles in Engineering’ of 2016, for his book ‘Programming: A Primer’. This has seen his name grow exponentially, with scores more readers from worldwide coming to his work, as he will continue to grow in stature for a long time yet.

Programming: A Primer

Initially published as an IPC Primer, being part of there output of tutorials which are largely focused on computer science. This was first released on the 3rd of July in 2015, as it would reach a wide audience, with its easy to manage style and tone. Working on its own merit, it stands apart from other tutorials of a similar nature, with it being highly factual, yet simple to follow.

This book is ideal for anybody hoping to increase their programming skills and potentially make a career for themselves. Giving them a straightforward and easily manageable book, it allows the reader to follow in their own time essentially. Open to a wide range of readers too, it’s accessible to an audience of varying skill, from novice to advanced.

Everyone needs a place to start, especially when it comes to programming and making it work for the individual and their requirements. That’s what this book is about in that it starts right at the beginning, allowing the reader to learn at their own style and pace. Learning how technology can potentially solve problems, this manages to really get right to the heart of the issue, dealing with it at the base. Allowing the reader to then also find their own path whilst guiding them along, this really makes the most of each and every lesson. Knowing how to convey himself, Bell manages to provide a productive and constructive insight into the basic language of programming.

Programming for Everyday Life

Initially released through the ‘CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform’ this would first come out in 2014. Working primarily as a self-contained instruction manual and tutorial for those looking to get into programming, it was originally published on the 20th of September. Whilst it wasn’t a part of any series as such, it is one of many manuals that Bell would release over the entire duration of his writing career.

Setting up another extremely easy to follow and simple to digest instruction manual, this really does, outline everything that’s required for the reader to make the most when programming. Leading them right from the start, it leaves nothing out, taking them right from beginner to programmer in only a few steps. Making it easy to follow too, it really doesn’t feel as if it’s hard work either, as the manual is clear and articulate all the way through. Accessible to everyone regardless of their level, it’s definitely a must for anybody hoping to make it themselves within the field of programming.

Focusing largely on Python script, this is essentially looking for anybody hoping to gain a deeper understanding of programming. Giving the reader a complete rundown on the fundamental of programming and everything that it entails, this manages to go over all the basics. Learning a whole variety of different languages, it sets about providing the reader with a simple template from which to work from. All the tools are here, as it begins right from the start, going over all the minute details, making them easy and simple to digest. Clearly outlining the opportunities available, it manages to really get to the heart of what’s on offer, as it really does provide programming for everyday life.

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