Street Coder (Manning)
Friday, 25 February 2022

This book, subtitled "The rules to break and how to break them", looks at how computer science theory quickly collides with the harsh reality of professional software development. in this smart and funny beginner's guide, Sedat Kapanoglu shows you how to get the job done by prioritizing tasks, making quick decisions, and knowing which rules to break. This is a programmer's survival guide, full of tips, tricks, and hacks that will make you a more efficient programmer. It takes the best practices you learn in a computer science class and deconstructs them to show when they’re beneficial—and when they aren't!

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Author: Sedat Kapanoglu
Publisher: Manning
Date: February 2022
Pages: 272
ISBN: 978-1617298370
Print: 1617298379
Kindle: B09Q3PJQC5
Audience: General
Level: Introductory/Intermediate
Category: Theory & Techniques 

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  • Beginner-friendly insights on code optimization, parallelization, and refactoring
  • Put “bad” practices to good use
  • Learn to love testing
  • Embrace code breaks and become friends with failure

 

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Publisher: Apress
Pages:219
ISBN: 978-1484250037
Print: 1484250036
Kindle: B07YNL3X4X
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Rating: 5
Reviewer: Kay Ewbank

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Author: Mike McGrath
Publisher: In Easy Steps
Date: February 2019
Pages: 192
ISBN: 978-1840788396
Print: 1840788399
Kindle: B07NVQXYCG
Audience: Kids wanting to code
Rating: 4
Reviewer: Ian Elliot
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