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What book taught you most about being a good programmer?

Survey period: 8 Jul 2013 to 15 Jul 2013

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GeneralThe Pragmatic Programmer Pin
CHill608-Jul-13 9:30
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GeneralThe Career Programmer Pin
VDabnishka8-Jul-13 7:14
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Ravi Bhavnani8-Jul-13 7:01
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GeneralThe C programming language Pin
gervacleto8-Jul-13 6:48
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Tom Clement8-Jul-13 10:08
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Tom Clement8-Jul-13 16:18
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gervacleto9-Jul-13 3:01
professionalgervacleto9-Jul-13 3:01 
This is excellent! Nice to meet you too Mr. Clement Laugh | :laugh: .
I worked for an engineering company at that time, and I wrote my first program using C for calculations and AmigaBasic for the interface (it was easy to work with it for windows and buttons). That ancient program was for calculating steel structures by matrix inversion methods.

We use that program in Amiga and not in PC compatible, because it was easy to access all the memory (4 MB RAM) and in the PC environment was a very difficult task. (At least in C or basic). That program never was sold and it is not possible to find it in Internet. And sadly, the source no longer exists.

Nice machine the Amiga, isn't it?
GeneralRe: The C programming language Pin
Richard MacCutchan9-Jul-13 4:47
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GeneralAlgorithms + Data structures = Programs Pin
OriginalGriff8-Jul-13 6:45
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GeneralCode Craft Pin
Andreas Gieriet8-Jul-13 5:11
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Jeffrey T. Fritz8-Jul-13 4:56
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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
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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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embix8-Jul-13 2:50
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