Books To Read by Milad Abooali
Clean Code Uncle Bob
Even bad code can function. But if code isn't clean, it can bring a development organization to its knees. Really necessary book to read if you are looking to code like a professional.
Clean Architecture Uncle Bob
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Bad Programming Practices 101 Karl Beecher
This book takes a humorous slant on the programming practice manual by reversing the usual approach: under the pretence of teaching you how to become the world’s worst programmer who generally causes chaos, the book teaches you how to avoid the kind of bad habits that introduce bugs or cause code contributions to be rejected.
Building Evolutionary Architectures Neal Ford, Patrick Kua, and Rebecca Parsons
This book does little in terms of explanations of concepts not introduced by the authors. It is obviously directed at (aspiring) software architects, but it also wouldn’t be understandable for junior developers. You should already have a solid grasp and some experience of real-life software architectures, the different styles and problems that come with them in order to get the most out of the book.