Books / New Engineer
Code school graduates, self-taught developers, and traditional computer science grads will all benefit from reading these books. At this point in your career, hiring managers and tech leads will expect you to write increasingly readable and durable code. In these pages you’ll find the keys to exceeding their expectations.
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The book every junior to mid-level engineer should read to improve their code
The book on code quality I wish every engineering job applicant would read
The culture and languages of makers
Why developers create open source projects and how they are maintained at scaled
Refactorings to increase the testability of legacy code
The quick and inspirational guide to self promotion through content
A brief history of computer programming, plus analysis of the gap between academia and industry
Look into the world of professional software development
Mistakes most code school candidates make in software engineering resumes
An investigation into who killed the junior developer job market
Navigate around the pitfalls of finding your third job in software. The right job.