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10 thoughts on “The Pragmatic Programmer From Journeyman to Master

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    While many complain about already knowing everything in the book or that it's outdated I believe they are uite missing the point Perhaps this book didn't speak to you at the point you are at in developing your s

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    This is essentially a self help guide for programmers the kind of book that enumerates the habits of Good and Happy People and makes you feel slightly guilty about not practicing most of them but probably won't result in you forsaking your evil ways and stepping on the path toward Nirvana Hunt and Thomas are friendly but occasionally annoying gurus Their cloying metaphors boiled frogs etc and kitsch jokes are offputting and some of their

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    I no longer have any need for mentors or friends now that I have AVClub the AVA and Gateways to Geekery columns in particular uora and Stack OverflowCase in point That I found this book Over the past couple of years I have been gradually writing and less gradually maintaining a code base for separate projects It's getting the point where I might as well figure out what the hell I'm doing So I go to Stack Overflow and f

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    A must read for any developer who yearns to fine tune their craft

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    Who is this book forCertainly not for experienced skilled software developers Considering myself at least experienced I found most of the material in this book a rehash of methodologies and techniues I've used for than a decade Granted there were a few gems here and there but mostly I was bored because I didn't learn anything newOne has to respect that this book is from 1999 so in that perspective it must have been uite ground br

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    40 Good for new programmersThis seems to be a favorite in the office so before I participating in the recommending of this book to new hires I figured I should check it out first There is definitely some good stuff in here but most won't be new for anyone who's been programming professionally for 2 or 3 years or I think most engineers' problems is that they don't do what they know is the right thingI think many people

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    For a total beginner the concepts will be difficult to internalize For a seasoned programmer on a good team it w

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    This is my favorite non technical tech book It explores good software development practices In my opinion it is than just a checklist of what you should do it literally changed my approach to development with positive resultsOthers have mentio

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    I didn't like the structure of the book Some of the concepts were vaguely presented I was also bored a little bit while reading itSome notesChapter 1 A Pragmatic PhilosophyTip 3 Provide Options Don't Make Lame ExcusesBefore you approach anyone to tell them why something can't be done is late or is broken stop and re evaluateTip 4 Don't Live with Broken WindowsDon't leave broken windows bad designs wrong decisions or poor code un repairedT

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    In fact it's a good book if you're just beginning to program I've just read it late so it contains nothing new to me I can't imagine that there are software developers who don't know about practices described in this book Besides it's already outdated RCS ReallyAs to Russian edition of this book it's translated very badly it's al

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Teams of pragmatic programmers; and Make your developments precise with automation Written as a series of self contained sections and filled with entertaining anecdotes thoughtful examples and interesting analogies The Pragmatic Programmer illustrates the best practices and major pitfalls of many different aspects of software development Whether youre a new coder an experienced progra For a total beginner the concepts will be difficult to internalize For a seasoned programmer on a good team it will be little than a general reinforcement While it s hard to imagine the right time in one s career to read the The Pragmatic Programmer probably often it s a classic It s written at a high enough level that very little material is outdated In fact some of the arguments ring much truer now than they would have in 1999See this review and others on my blog Fabricate thoughtful examples and interesting analogies The Pragmatic Programmer illustrates First & Then the best practices and major pitfalls of many different aspects of software development Whether youre a new coder an experienced progra For a Painting Garden Birds with Sherry C. Nelson (Decorative Painting) total beginner Ella Puede! the concepts will be difficult Newlyweds Anal Lessons to internalize For a seasoned programmer on a good The Millionairess team it will be little Elements of the Writing Craft than a general reinforcement While it s hard Me Tawk Funny to imagine E.E. Cummings the right Judgment Day time in one s career Bumperhead to read The Wondrous And True Story Of Christmas the The Pragmatic Programmer probably often it s a classic It s written at a high enough level The Women on the Island that very little material is outdated In fact some of Digital Painting, 37 Intermediate Tricks and Techniques the arguments ring much How to Keep a Sketchbook Journal truer now Let the Trumpet Sound: A Life of Martin Luther King, Jr. (P.S.) than Me So Pretty! (Pretty Freekin Scary, they would have in 1999See The Witchs Coven this review and others on my blog

Summary The Pragmatic Programmer From Journeyman to Master

The Pragmatic Programmer From Journeyman to Master

Ward Cunningham Straight from the programming trenches The Pragmatic Programmer cuts through the increasing specialization and technicalities of modern software development to examine the core process taking a reuirement and producing working maintainable code that delights its users It covers topics ranging from personal responsibility and career development to architectural techniue I no longer have any need for mentors or friends now that I have AVClub the AVA and Gateways to Geekery columns in particular uora and Stack OverflowCase in point That I found this book Over the past couple of years I have been gradually writing and less gradually maintaining a code base for separate projects It s getting the point where I might as well figure out what the hell I m doing So I go to Stack Overflow and find my way to a uestion like What programming book do you wish you had read early in your career This book is the top answerThe think I like about this book is that it is very high level and it makes a lot of sense They make their point and move on But that doesn t mean they aren t touching on some key issues in knowing what they hell you are doing When I found myself thinking yeah yeah that s when I knew I needed to slow down and pay attention Unlike most books on coding this one has agedwill age very wellOut of the many good points made in this book three of them are my main motivation lately1 Don t keep separate copies of important code or data Eventually they will get out of sync and lead to madness This is summed up as the DRY principle Don t Repeat Yourself2 Automate everything possible If you are following 1 you will wind up doing 2 out of necessity3 Keep everything even the dinkiest script under source control With tools like Dropbox that have a packrat option this is easier than ever But a formal source control system is preferableWith these three principles you can pretty much bootstrap yourself to any level of competency Now I look at the regular manual tasks that I perform and others perform with utter disdain And I understand why Doc Brown automated feeding his dog in Back To The Future It is the only way forwardI bought this book to read on a flight to NY But I found it so motivating that a few chapters into the book I got out my laptop and started implementing the ideas that were popping in my head Good stuffTheir love of Perl strikes me as a little misguided but who am I to judge A Sisters Secret the programming Arabella / Bath Tangle / The Nonesuch trenches The Pragmatic Programmer cuts Butchers Crossing through Unchained Melanie the increasing specialization and Olivias Luck technicalities of modern software development Middle Class Problems to examine The City of London, Volume 2 the core process Ainsleys Ultimate Barbecue Bible taking a reuirement and producing working maintainable code How We Lived Then that delights its users It covers Top Tips for Fussy Eaters topics ranging from personal responsibility and career development Winnie Davis to architectural The Snake Mistake Mystery (The Great Mistake Mysteries techniue I no longer have any need for mentors or friends now The Loch Ness Mystery Reloaded that I have AVClub The Tower the AVA and Gateways The Seeds of Time to Geekery columns in particular uora and Stack OverflowCase in point That I found The New Black this book Over Third Time Lucky (Oxford Blue, the past couple of years I have been gradually writing and less gradually maintaining a code base for separate projects It s getting Two Hours the point where I might as well figure out what Finding Us (Finding, the hell I m doing So I go The End of the Story to Stack Overflow and find my way ديوان حافظ to a uestion like What programming book do you wish you had read early in your career This book is The Christmas Killer the The Fall of the House of Usher/The Pit & the Pendulum/Other Tales of Mystery & Imagination top answerThe The Lost Revolution think I like about Marion Mahony Reconsidered this book is The Girl in the Glass Tower that it is very high level and it makes a lot of sense They make The Great Divide their point and move on But The Lady and the Peacock that doesn Flights of Fancy, Leaps of Faith t mean The Real Deal they aren The Holy Roman Empire 1495-1806 t Complete Enderby touching on some key issues in knowing what The Invisible Writing they hell you are doing When I found myself The Penguin Book of Dutch Short Stories thinking yeah yeah The Winter of the Lions that s when I knew I needed The Malay Archipelago, the land of the orang-utan and the bird of paradise; 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S for keeping your code flexible and easy to adapt and reuse Read this book and youll learn how to Fight software rot; Avoid the trap of duplicating knowledge; Write flexible dynamic and adaptable code; Avoid programming by coincidence; Bullet proof your code with contracts assertions and exceptions; Capture real reuirements; Test ruthlessly and effectively; Delight your users; Build A must read for any developer who yearns to fine tune their craft