Logo

How to be a Programmer by Robert L. Read

Small book cover: How to be a Programmer

How to be a Programmer
by

Publisher: Samizdat Press
Number of pages: 58

Description:
The text is primarily concerned with social situations and team relationships that occur in typical software development. The author tried to cover what he considers the essential, often non-techncial, skills of the beginning, intermediate and advanced programmer. To the beginner, it may be a peek into the culture of the software engineer; to the advanced programmer, it is an opinionated review.

Download or read it online for free here:
Download link
(270KB, PDF)

Similar books

Book cover: Developer EvangelismDeveloper Evangelism
by - developer-evangelism.com
A developer evangelist is a spokesperson, mediator and translator between a company and both its technical staff and outside developers. Here is the developer evangelist handbook which gives you some great tips on how to do this job.
(2585 views)
Book cover: Shove It, FizzBuzz: How to Find and Land a .NET Development JobShove It, FizzBuzz: How to Find and Land a .NET Development Job
by - shoveitfizzbuzz.com
This book teaches you the five traits every successful developer should possess, gives tips on how to improve your overall marketability, teaches you how to write an effective resume, and prepares you for a technical interview.
(5206 views)
Book cover: Mystic Microsoft: A Journey of Transformation in the Halls of High TechnologyMystic Microsoft: A Journey of Transformation in the Halls of High Technology
by
One of Microsoft's most visible technology experts during its growth years relates how his career circumstances were the vehicle for an inward transformation. Brockschmidt shows how one's career is a tremendous opportunity for spiritual growth.
(3133 views)
Book cover: Patterns of Software: Tales from the Software CommunityPatterns of Software: Tales from the Software Community
by - Oxford University Press
An informative inside look at the world of software design and computer programming and the business that surrounds them. Written for computer scientists and software entrepreneurs, but the essays are accessible to everyone.
(10254 views)