Wednesday, 25 March 2009

A Quick Look at a Programmer's Bookshelf

my programming books
One of the best ways to get to know someone is to look at their bookshelf. -- Kathy Sierra
Here's a quick look at the programming section of the bookshelf next to my desk. It reflects my current interests pretty well:
  • algorithms, Knuth and Introduction to Algorithms
  • compilers, including the red and green dragon books
  • operating system development
  • artificial life
  • assembly language, books on 68000, 8086 and 6809
  • computer history, Hackers and Fire in the Valley
  • web development
What's on your bookshelf?

3 comments:

  1. Code compleate
    The good erlang book (sorry I'm not at my book shelf)
    Dreaming in code
    The art of electronics
    Beautiful Code
    Flatland
    Intel and AMD manuals
    Javascript; The good bits
    The practice of programming
    K&R's C (The C Programming Language)
    The C++ Programming Language
    The art of computer programming
    Tihkal & Pihkal
    Effective C++
    Merc Index % Merc Guide

    Looking for a good math book, I did not finish highschool, and while somehow it fails incite regret in me, math is something I avoid (only in its pure forms really).

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  2. Too bad that your history at the library doesn't show up in your bookshelf...

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  3. Although you don't need your programmers to kill to get code out on time, you are searching for someone going for the objective post.
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