Monday, August 11, 2014

Books For Every Programmer's Shelf

Here are some books that I believe should be on every programmer’s bookshelf.
The C Programming Language, 2nd Edition” - By the creators of the C language, this concise book clearly teaches the foundations for the C language. For a more tutorial book on C, I would suggest “C Primer Plus”
Wiley’s Teach Yourself C++” by Al Stevens - My favorite book for learning C++.
Programming Pearls “ - A great collection of essays on programming including ways to approach programming problems.
Programming Perl” - The definitive book for the Perl language by the creator of the language.
The Art of Computer Programming, Volumes 1-4A Boxed Set” - This thick 4 volume set is a thick academic tomb of knowledge for computer science.
Software Tools” or “Software Tools in Pascal” - Writing software tools and utilities is a special discipline.
The Practice of Programming” - Easy to read text on programming practices.
Win32 Programming” by Brent E. Rector, Joseph M. Newcomer - While Petzold’s Programming Windows®, Fifth Edition is generally considered THE book on windows programming, I actually like this book better because of its more in-depth coverage of the topics.
Here are some books for the professional programmer that isn’t around coding.