The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master
The Pragmatic Programmer is one of the most recommended books by “veteran” programmers around the world. “The Pragmatic Programmer” roughly translates as “Pragmatic Programmer” does not teach you how to code correctly and correctly, but just exactly how you should approach the development of a software / website.
First published in 1999, more than 20 years ago but “The Pragmatic Programmer” is still a handbook with a lot of beginner code with values throughout and do not change over time.
The preface of the book has partly shown its influence, and yes, for the past 20 years.
“This book will help you become a better programmer”. – This book will help you become a better programmer.
It does not focus on programming theory but simply refers to practical action. “Programming is like a craft. In the simplest terms, with a computer, you can ask it to do whatever you want it to do. As a programmer, with your computer, you are both a listener, an advisor, an interpreter and also a dictator.