Understanding the Professional Programmer
The Psychology of Technology, no. 8
Gerald M. Weinberg
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Consultant and legendary programmer Gerald M. Weinberg offers readers a unique insider's view of the many ways to become a better programmer and to improve job performance.
Organized as a collection of essays about the profession of programming, the book is both provocative and readable. Each chapter concludes with an entertaining and instructive parable.
Anyone interested in becoming a skilled and experienced professional in this sometimes treacherous profession will benefit from Weinberg's insights.
Gerald M. Weinberg, author of The Psychology of Computer Programming, offers readers an insider's view, with suggestions on how to become a better programmer and improve job performance, in a book that's both helpful and a pleasure to read. Learn how to
become a professional
get a little respect
survive in a bureaucracy
think more effectively
discover what kind of thinker you are
envision the future of the professional programmer
Software developer Daniel Read said "This is probably my favorite book on the subject of software development. It is definitely my favorite of Weinberg's many excellent books. I return to this book again and again, and find something new every time. Weinberg's gift is inspiring thinking that is outside of one's normal patterns of thought. I predict that software developers another twenty years from now will still be reading this book."
If you are a programmer or manage programmers, or indeed just associate with programmers, this is a book that you should read. . . . turn to any one of the essays, and find a thought-provoking idea.
- 8,99 €
- Category: Computers
- Published: 14 June 2011
- Publisher: Gerald M. Weinberg
- Print Length: 239 Pages
- Language: English