The Developer’s Code isn’t about the code you write, it’s about the code you live by.
©2012 Ka Wai Cheung (P)2013 Spoken Word Inc.
This is the next “Pragmatic Programmer”—a guide for the beginner, a reminder for the expert, and a wonderful chunk of wisdom about the craft (and life) of a developer.
Leadership in the service of others, to inspire innovative thoughts & actions, to 'connect the dots' & create our future, this is my crusade
If you are a developer please get this book.
If you are a project manager please get this book.
If you are a manager of creatives please get this book.
I read and listen too a lot of software books and topics. Books like code complete paved the way to how I approached designing my code and thinking like a good programmer should. That book was and still is great. However since that book was written, it seems many books just say the same thing a different way. We need to keep innovating and keep thinking forward as our industry grows and changes. I think this book hits on some of the more controversial subjects that I'm sure some programmers that have had success doing things a different way will disagree with. You must keep an open mind to all strategies and really think about solutions to problems and rethink and reevaluate ideas that maybe you have dismissed in the past. I like the arguments presented in this book and really think that anyone in the software industry should listen to it.
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