The Programmer's Brain (Manning)
Friday, 24 September 2021

Subtitled "What every programmer needs to know about cognition", in this book  Dr. Felienne Hermans sets out concrete techniques rooted in cognitive science designed to improve the way you learn and think about code. This book will help you through the confusion you feel when faced with strange and complex code, and explain a codebase in ways that can make a new team member productive in days.

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Author: Dr. Felienne Hermans
Publisher: Manning
Date: September 2021
Pages: 256
ISBN: 978-1617298677
Print: ‎ 1617298670
Kindle: ‎ B09CQHBVQZ
Audience: General
Level: Intermediate
Category: General interest

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  • Fast and effective ways to master new programming languages
  • Speed reading skills to quickly comprehend new code
  • Techniques to unravel the meaning of complex code
  • Ways to learn new syntax and keep it memorized
  • Writing code that is easy for others to read
  • Picking the right names for your variables
  • Making your codebase more understandable to newcomers
  • Onboarding new developers to your team

 

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