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97 Things Every Programmer Should Know (Book Review)

97 nuggets of wisdom presented in the form of two-page essays. Topics range from architecture to refactoring, from testing to client interactions. 73 contributing authors—diverse in their experiences, sometimes with differing perspectives, but all united in the goal of helping you become a better programmer.

Some of these quick-to-read compositions will (likely) introduce you to new ideas that help you hone the programmer’s craft. Other articles will touch on practices you already follow, reminding you of why you adhere to those tenets and, perhaps, helping you refine your application of them. Continue reading