Books

July 10, 2002 03:16 AM

If you want to be a better software engineer, here's a good place to start
The following tomes currently grace my bookshelves ...

The Mythical Man-Month

Software Project Survival Guide ("The Orange book")

Debugging the Development Process

Peopleware

Rapid Development

Effective C++ (2nd ed.)

Code Complete ( currently number 100 in the Amazon.co.uk top 100 :-)

More Effective C++

Constantine on Peopleware

Psychology of Computer Programming

Writing Solid Code


I've read these, but don't have my own copies ( yet :-) ...


Obfuscated C and Other Mysteries. Sadly out of print :-( Why not nag the author?



And these I don't own, but Amazon thinks I should read ...


Software Engineering Classics (Programming/General)

After the Gold Rush : Creating a True Profession of Software Engineering (Best Practices)


These aren't really software engineering titles, but they're on my bookshelf :-)


Linux Device Drivers

Managing IP Networks with Cisco Routers


All the above are in print, and available from Amazon.co.uk
with the exception of Obfuscated C, which Amazon.com will try to find.

Finally, this book made it into the Amazon.co.uk automatically generated top ten bestsellers, and suddenly vanished ...

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