Allen B. Downey
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Allen B. Downey is a computer scientist and writer of free textbooks. He is presently a Professor of Computer Science at the Franklin W. Olin College of Engineering.
Textbook publications 
- Think Complexity: Complexity Science and Computational Modeling, O’Reilly Media, March 2012.
- Think Stats: Probability and Statistics for Programmers, O’Reilly Media, June 2011.
- Complexity and Computation, Green Tea Press, August 2011.
- Think Java: How to think like a computer scientist, Green Tea Press, June 2011.
- Python for Software Design, Cambridge University Press, March 2009.
- How to think like a computer scientist: C++ Version, CreateSpace, March 2009.
- Learning Perl the Hard Way, CreateSpace, March 2009.
- The Little Book of Semaphores, CreateSpace, March 2009.
- Think Python: An Introduction to Software Design, CreateSpace, February 2009.
- Physical Modeling in MATLAB, Green Tea Press, January 2008.
- How to think like a computer scientist: Learning with Python, Green Tea Press, January 2002.
- Profile at Franklin W. Olin College
- Downey's personal website
- Green Tea Press - Website for Downey's free textbooks
- Recording of Downey's lecture on software synchronization and free textbooks at Northeastern University
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