Hip Hip Array!
Jump for joy as you read this ~100 page zine about the pros and cons of various different ways to organize data (data structures) including stacks, queues, arrays, lists, hash tables, and trees! To give data structures some historical context, the zine also talks about the history of organizing information in libraries. To give data structures some fun context, the zine uses examples from Harry Potter, Pokémon, and Pacman!
The physical copy is printed locally in the SF/Bay area.
The digital copy of the zine is a pdf which you can view on a tablet or laptop. You can print out a copy of the pdf for personal use only. When you preorder, you'll get a placeholder PDF and you'll get an email with the final PDF when it comes out.