5 Top Picked Programming Books – BPB Week’s Special

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We love to bring you the most useful and most helpful programming books that we can find, and for this week’s special, we hand picked the best 5 programming books on this week’s post.

We will give you a summarize about our top picked most useful and helpful programming books. Our job on this – to pick and summarize what these programming books are about and you be the one to pick which book or books you want to get!

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1. Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship by Robert C. Martin
This programming book is a must have if you are a developer, project manager, team lead, software engineer, or system analyst – and also to anyone who wants to understand and learn coding. There are lots of things to learn on this book no matter if you are a newbie or a senior.

This books will help you about what is a good or a bad code, how to write a good code and transform bad code into good code, and much more. This book is one of the Best Seller in Software Testing and Software Designs and Engineering.
2. The Practice of Programming (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing Series) by Brian W. Kernighan and Rob Pike
We love reading books that have straight to the point content. Simple yet very informative, this programming book focuses on the practice of programming (as what the book title says). You will get a lot of practical advice for C, C++. Java and other languages in designs and styles, interfaces, portability, performance, notation, testing debugging and more.

Great for developers, programmers, professionals who wants to have a reference or back up, or for students and geeky people who are new in programming and want to be advanced and learn new things this programming book is for you.
3. The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master by Andrew Hunt and David Thomas
This programming book is about software design and construction. It allows programmer to create profitable and efficient high quality products that can be offered to the public. The programming book includes elements such as customer relations, team management, development tools, specification development, testing procedures and more.

This programming books is a helpful book whether you are a new coder or an advanced and experienced programmer.
4. Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software by Erich Gamma (Author), Richard Helm (Author), Ralph Johnson (Author), John Vlissides (Author), Grady Booch (Foreword)
This programming book is about design patterns which describes simple but elegant solutions about specific problems in software designs and development. It is very easy to understand. It has examples and is very helpful in and if you are developing object-oriented designs. It’s best programming book collection for experienced programmers and for newbies in programming.
5. Effective STL: 50 Specific Ways to Improve Your Use of the Standard Template Library  by Scott Meyers
As what the title of this programming book says, it has 50 ways on how to improve standard template in programming. This book highlights techniques on maximizing the efficiency of standard template and programs that use it, guide on proper use of algorithms and functions and more.

This book is best for programmers with advanced experience. This is also best for beginners and to anyone who wants to learn more about programming.

 

—- So, there is our Top 5 Programming Books for this week. We hope we have helped you think of which book to get. We also hope we helped you choose which book you must add to your programming books collection. If you enjoy reading this, please don’t forget to subscribe and share this with your friends! Tune in to our weekly Top 5 Programming Books brought to you only by BestProgrammingBooks!

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