I must admit being busy with my new position as C# developer I haven’t spend much time on my blog lately. It’s a high time to change it. I decided to challenge myself with a task of reading and reviewing 12 books (+ extras) that are more or less related to programming. Based on the most recommended books for programmers, I’ve prepared a list and decided to see for myself if they’re worth reading. Except for reviews I’m going to work through a few examples from each book that I find the most significant.

Here’s the list:

  • Clean Code – Robert C. Martin
  • Pro Git – Scott Chacon, Ben Straub 
  • Head First Design Patterns – Eric Freeman
  • 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know – Kevin Henney
  • Introduction to Algorithms (parts)
  • Cracking the Code Interview – Kitoyana
  • How to Create a Mind – Ray Kurzweil
  • The Shallow – Nicolas G. Carr
  • Thinking, Fast and Slow – Daniel Kahneman
  • Code Complete – Steve McConnell
  • Clean Architecture – Robert C. Martin
  • Refactoring – Martin Fowler

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