I am currently reading this awesome book and wow!! This book is amazing. Though I don't understand everything in the book (just started my career), I have learned some very important concepts. For one thing, this has increased my love for Computer Science and Software Engineering. Please tell me some Software Engineering books which you love or has changed the way you look at things.

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    My faves so far:

    1) Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software

    Knowing and being able to use design patterns can really elevate your coding skill to the next level. I don't know if it's me but back then I hadn't been able to find a lot of literature on this topic when I first got this, I'm sure there are other great books about this topic, but the point is, knowing about design patterns is critical.

    2) Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship 

    This is more of a shallow read, but nonetheless really helpful for how to structure your code and overall good practices (naming conventions, comments, documentation, testing etc)
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    nuff said...
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    📌 📌
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    I also read it recently, I really liked it. I'm currently looking for something similar while I have time. I also read the diary of anne frank recently, used https://gradesfixer.com/free-essay-... for that. I give her a nine out of ten. Lately I've come across books that I can't put down.
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