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The Developer's Code by Ka Wai Cheung
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The Developer's Code

by Ka Wai Cheung

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This book makes super light reading for experienced software engineers. You can finish it in a few hours and it feels like you went through some lightweight blog entries by the author. It suggests a few useful nuggets for a total beginner or an ignorant graduate but what you already don't know you will not learn from this book and what you read will be only a part of what you already know (if you've been in the industry for about 5-10 years).

In other words, if you want some scattered biographical facts from a web developer along with some worn-out advice and don't mind spending 2-3 hours, you can have a try at it. Unfortunately, I cannot sincerely recommend this short book to anyone. ( )
  EmreSevinc | Jul 7, 2013 |
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