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What book taught you most about being a good programmer?

Survey period: 8 Jul 2013 to 15 Jul 2013

A totally open ended question this week. Please just enter the full title of the book, and post any explanatory comments in the survey's discussion forum.

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Andreas Gieriet8-Jul-13 5:11
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Jeffrey T. Fritz8-Jul-13 4:56
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Jahmal238-Jul-13 5:15
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Tim Groven8-Jul-13 7:18
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Vassilis Tsolekas2-Sep-14 11:09
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GeneralThere was no particular book Pin
Gregory Gadow8-Jul-13 4:47
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GeneralCodeProject and Google Pin
Nelek8-Jul-13 4:29
protectorNelek8-Jul-13 4:29 
I have not bought books so far. I have used the "learn VC++ in 21 days" some time ago in the first company I worked for.

Since then... I have mainly used internet sites like CodeProject, homeandlearn, w3school and similars.


I know many people will say nothing can replace a book and I (80%) agree with that, but since I am just learning in my spare time (which is not so stable) I prefer the "learn by doing" and search for concrete things when I get stuck.

I have somehow missed a good book, when facing some theory / concept problems. But as there are so fvcking good professionals here... at the end was not so tragic.
M.D.V. Wink | ;)

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GeneralA long time ago, Pin
Jochen Arndt8-Jul-13 3:09
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Generalmaybe not book but author? Pin
Irina Pykhova8-Jul-13 2:34
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Dave Kreskowiak9-Jul-13 5:02
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Mohammed Hameed9-Jul-13 9:02
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AlexCode8-Jul-13 13:37
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