“The Pragmatic Programmer” Is Essential Reading for Software Developers

Writing code is a craft. Practice your skills and sharpen your tools to be the best programmer you can be.

If you’ve spent any time working in or learning about software development, chances are you’ve heard of the classic book The Pragmatic Programmer by Andrew Hunt and David Thomas.

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