These are the books that I recommend and use myself, some are in German and some in English but most are available in complementary languages, as they are meant for foundational education.

My list will also now include personal favourites which don't have to be science related but for leisure^^

For Studies:
- (Deutsch) Programmieren lernen mit Java by Hans-Peter Habelitz, Galileo Computing,
ISBN 978-3-8362-1788-0

- (English) Learning Java by Patrick Niemeyer and Jonathan Knudsen, O'Reilly , ISBN 0596008732

- (Deutsch) Tutorium Analysis 1 und Lineare Algebra 1 by Florian Modler and Martin Kreh, Springer Spektrum,
ISBN 978-3-8274-2830-1

- (Deutsch) Analysis 1 by Otto Forster, Vieweg+Teubner, ISBN 978-3-8348-1251-3

- (English) Learning R by Richard Cotton, O'Reilly, ISBN 978-1-449-35710-8

-(Deutsch) Perl kurz & gut by Johan Vromans, O'Reilly, ISBN 978-3-86899-187-1 For Perl you really just need a short handbook to look up stuff... it is really easy to produce code and combine programs in the bash/Terminal/whatever you use - just have a good style, otherwise you will be the only one that can read the code because it's so messy ._.

So far I seldom used books for any Chemistry modules, but I will keep updating the list

I do recommend the search for free online books such as the online library has - I print a lot form the Virology section in particular :)

For Leisure:
- (Deutsch) Auf der Suche nach den ältesten Sternen by Anna Frebel, Fischer, ISBN 9783596191918

- (English) Hannibal by Thomas Harris, Dell, ISBN 0440224675

Last Edit 15th November 2014 CET

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