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I've just finished the digital copy of this content-packed 274 pages of insightful technical guide and it definitely goes onto my list of useful sources for software developers, CS students, and even technical leads.
This is the book that I wish I’d had when I started in the world of application development.
This is one book I will be re-reading.
I started my career as a street coder, and wish I had read this book at that time so I could have avoided many detours and saved a few years of my career.
There are few books which a developer or an architect can keep in their bookshelf forever. This is one such book.
A fantastic read, particularly for developers just beginning their first proper job in the industry, but also a worthwhile investment for more experienced developers.
A must-read for every developer level!
In the real world you have some tough decisions to make and the formal theory that you learned in your CS study or courses won't be enough—thus I really appreciate the message that this book delivers: know what matters in the streets, be questioning and results-driven, and embrace complexity and ambiguity.
I find the "streets" metaphor of the book especially on point.
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