I just graduated from Cal with a degree in Applied Mathematics. I'm gonna be starting work in a more computer science field but I'd really like to keep up with reading about Algebra post grad so I'm consistently refreshing my knowledge. Any books that you all can recommend for some revision reading?
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At my blog,I wrote a very extensive set of reviews of advanced undergraduate and first year graduate texts. I think you'll find them very helpful.
I plan to spend a lot more time writing at the blog soon,so feel free to browse the rest of it and tell your friends.
A First Course in Abstract Algebra, 7th Edition
If you are going to be working in the computer science field, I strongly suggest you look for books which are relevant in the applied realm. Here is a collection of books that are worthwhile to own.