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    While many complain about already knowing everything in the book or that it's outdated I believe they are uite missing th

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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 frie

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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 Ove

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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 de

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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 n

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

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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 checklis

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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

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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imagine that there are software developers who don't know about practices described in this book Besides it's already outdated RCS ReallyAs to Russian edition of this book it's translated very badl

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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 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 skills and crafts but it might speak to someone else just beginning Rating the book low for the reason it wasn t what you needed is rather disingenuous as a rating should be a guide to the uality of the book overall The information contained in this book is essential for software developers who want to develop their skills and knowledge into a craft worthy of renown to become masters of the field It is essential for anyone working in a team or working soloThe book is dated in the specific examples it uses as would any book become so dated What is not dated are the principles the tips the stories the wisdom of this bookAs I was reading it it felt all so familiar Yes most anyone who has been at the craft of software development will probably recognize much of this I felt like the authors had been following me around during my consulting practice in the 90s as they pull from the same stories lore and practice that I taught Reading this book now in 2012 I recognize all this and am grateful for the review One may know a lot of practices but having a refresher on the extent of what matters in software development helpsAs I approach a new team a new job I am looking to convey a lot of these concepts to people who may have only been cursorily exposed to them and develop the team into a high uality high craftsmanship group This book will aid in that uite a bit I hope although the Russian translation may be lackingIf you are just starting out read this bookIf you are in the midst of your career read this bookIf you are an experience veteran of the craft or feel yourself a master read this book THEN TEACH IT Fishes of the Open Ocean users It covers topics ranging from personal responsibility and career development to architectural techniue While many complain about already knowing everything in the book or that it s outdated I believe they are Out of Bounds (Boundaries, uite missing the point Perhaps this book didn t speak to you at the point you are at in developing your skills and crafts but it might speak to someone else just beginning Rating the book low for the reason it wasn t what you needed is rather disingenuous as a rating should be a guide to the Grass, Sky, Song uality of the book overall The information contained in this book is essential for software developers who want to develop their skills and knowledge into a craft worthy of renown to become masters of the field It is essential for anyone working in a team or working soloThe book is dated in the specific examples it Otter Chaos! (Otter Chaos uses as would any book become so dated What is not dated are the principles the tips the stories the wisdom of this bookAs I was reading it it felt all so familiar Yes most anyone who has been at the craft of software development will probably recognize much of this I felt like the authors had been following me around during my consulting practice in the 90s as they pull from the same stories lore and practice that I taught Reading this book now in 2012 I recognize all this and am grateful for the review One may know a lot of practices but having a refresher on the extent of what matters in software development helpsAs I approach a new team a new job I am looking to convey a lot of these concepts to people who may have only been cursorily exposed to them and develop the team into a high The Illusionists uality high craftsmanship group This book will aid in that O Último Testamento (Maggie Costello, uite a bit I hope although the Russian translation may be lackingIf you are just starting out read this bookIf you are in the midst of your career read this bookIf you are an experience veteran of the craft or feel yourself a master read this book THEN TEACH IT

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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 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 repairedTip 5 Be a Catalyst for ChangeStart with something hot water with stones to make a soup and slowly people will be adding ingredients to your water and see how useful it can beTip 6 Remember the Big PictureConstantly review the project look out for the big pig picture things can deteriorate pretty fastTip 7 Make uality a Reuirements IssueGood software today is better than perfect or great software tomorrow give your users something to play with and evolve from thereTip 8 Invest Regularly in Your Knowledge PortfolioLearn a new language read a technical book every uarter read non technical books too take classes participate in local user groups stay current experiment with different environmentsTip 9 Critically Analyze What You Read and HearTip 10 It s Both What You Say and the Way You Say ItChapter 2 A Pragmatic ApproachTip 11 DRY Don t Repeat YourselfDuplication can happen when it s imposed by the environment when developers don t realize they re duplicating code when we get lazy code duplicated across different teamsTip 12 Make It Easy to ReuseThrough the following Tip 13 Eliminate Effects Between Unrelated Things Orthogonalityunrelated modules should be self contained and independent if you change one the others shouldn t change dramaticallyTip 14 There Are No Final Decisions ReversibilityTip 15 Use Tracer Bullets to Find the Targetget the code out thereTip 16 Prototype to LearnPrototyping is a learning experience Its value lies not in the code produced but in the lessons learned That s really the point of prototypingTip 17 Program Close to the Problem domainTip 18 Estimate to Avoid SurprisesTip 19 Iterate the Schedule with the CodeChapter 3 The Basic ToolsTip 21 Use the Power of Command ShellsLearn some shellTip 22 Use a Single Editor WellTip 23 Always Use Source Code ControlTip 25 Don t PanicTip 27 Don t Assume It Prove ItTip 28 Learn a Text Manipulation LanguageChapter 4 Pragmatic ParanoiaTip 30 You Can t Write Perfect SoftwareTip 31 Design with ContractsThe caller must not pass variables which violate the conditions example sending negative numbers to sort It s not the responsibility of the method itself Tip 32 Crash EarlyTip 33 If It Can t Happen Use Assertions to Ensure That It Won tTip 34 Use Exceptions for Exceptional ProblemsChapter 5 Bend or BreakTip 36 Minimize Coupling Between ModulesBy following the law of Demeter a function should only act on it s parameters objects it creates methods in the object it createsSymptoms of ill code Developers afraid of changing the code because they re aren t sure what might be affectedTip 37 Configure Don t IntegrateTip 41 Always Design for ConcurrencyTip 42 Separate Views from ModelsChapter 6 While You Are CodingTip 44 Don t Program by Coincidenceplan document testTip 45 Estimate the Order of Your AlgorithmsTip 46 Test Your EstimatesTip 47 Refactor Early Refactor OftenDon t try to refactor and add functionality at the same time Make sure you have tests firstTip 48 Design to TestWhen you design a module or even a single routine you should design both its contract and the code to test that contractTip 49 Test Your Software or Your Users WillTip 50 Don t Use Wizard Code You Don t UnderstandChapter 7 Before the ProjectTip 51 Don t Gather Reuirements Dig for ThemTip 52 Work with a User to Think Like a UserTip 53 Abstractions Live Longer than DetailsTip 55 Don t Think Outside the Box Find the BoxIs there an easier way Are you trying to solve the right problem or have you been distracted by a peripheral technicalityWhy is this thing a problem What is it that s making it so hard to solveDoes it have to be done this wayDoes it have to be done at allTip 56 Listen to Nagging Doubts Start When You re ReadyBut how do you tell if you re procrastinating or if it s a good judgment to waitA techniue that has worked for us in these circumstances is to start prototyping Either you ll be bored and start doing the real work or that you realize something isn t right and you ll find a solutionTip 57 Some Things Are Better Done than DescribedAs a Pragmatic Programmer you should tend to view reuirements gathering design and implementation as different facets of the same process the delivery of a uality system Distrust environments where reuirements are gathered specifications are written and then coding starts all in isolationChapter 8 Pragmatic ProjectsTip 62 Test Early Test Often Test AutomaticallyTip 63 Coding Ain t Done Til All the Tests RunTip 65 Test State Coverage Not Code CoverageTip 66 Find Bugs OnceTip 67 Treat English as Just Another Programming LanguageTip 68 Build Documentation In Don t Bolt It OnTip 69 Gently Exceed Your Users Expectationstake the extra mileTip 70 Sign Your Work Fishes of the Open Ocean un repairedTip 5 Be a Catalyst for ChangeStart with something hot water with stones to make a soup and slowly people will be adding ingredients to your water and see how Out of Bounds (Boundaries, useful it can beTip 6 Remember the Big PictureConstantly review the project look out for the big pig picture things can deteriorate pretty fastTip 7 Make Grass, Sky, Song uality a Reuirements IssueGood software today is better than perfect or great software tomorrow give your Otter Chaos! (Otter Chaos users something to play with and evolve from thereTip 8 Invest Regularly in Your Knowledge PortfolioLearn a new language read a technical book every The Illusionists uarter read non technical books too take classes participate in local O Último Testamento (Maggie Costello, user groups stay current experiment with different environmentsTip 9 Critically Analyze What You Read and HearTip 10 It s Both What You Say and the Way You Say ItChapter 2 A Pragmatic ApproachTip 11 DRY Don t Repeat YourselfDuplication can happen when it s imposed by the environment when developers don t realize they re duplicating code when we get lazy code duplicated across different teamsTip 12 Make It Easy to ReuseThrough the following Tip 13 Eliminate Effects Between Unrelated Things Orthogonalityunrelated modules should be self contained and independent if you change one the others shouldn t change dramaticallyTip 14 There Are No Final Decisions ReversibilityTip 15 Use Tracer Bullets to Find the Targetget the code out thereTip 16 Prototype to LearnPrototyping is a learning experience Its value lies not in the code produced but in the lessons learned That s really the point of prototypingTip 17 Program Close to the Problem domainTip 18 Estimate to Avoid SurprisesTip 19 Iterate the Schedule with the CodeChapter 3 The Basic ToolsTip 21 Use the Power of Command ShellsLearn some shellTip 22 Use a Single Editor WellTip 23 Always Use Source Code ControlTip 25 Don t PanicTip 27 Don t Assume It Prove ItTip 28 Learn a Text Manipulation LanguageChapter 4 Pragmatic ParanoiaTip 30 You Can t Write Perfect SoftwareTip 31 Design with ContractsThe caller must not pass variables which violate the conditions example sending negative numbers to sort It s not the responsibility of the method itself Tip 32 Crash EarlyTip 33 If It Can t Happen Use Assertions to Ensure That It Won tTip 34 Use Exceptions for Exceptional ProblemsChapter 5 Bend or BreakTip 36 Minimize Coupling Between ModulesBy following the law of Demeter a function should only act on it s parameters objects it creates methods in the object it createsSymptoms of ill code Developers afraid of changing the code because they re aren t sure what might be affectedTip 37 Configure Don t IntegrateTip 41 Always Design for ConcurrencyTip 42 Separate Views from ModelsChapter 6 While You Are CodingTip 44 Don t Program by Coincidenceplan document testTip 45 Estimate the Order of Your AlgorithmsTip 46 Test Your EstimatesTip 47 Refactor Early Refactor OftenDon t try to refactor and add functionality at the same time Make sure you have tests firstTip 48 Design to TestWhen you design a module or even a single routine you should design both its contract and the code to test that contractTip 49 Test Your Software or Your Users WillTip 50 Don t Use Wizard Code You Don t UnderstandChapter 7 Before the ProjectTip 51 Don t Gather Reuirements Dig for ThemTip 52 Work with a User to Think Like a UserTip 53 Abstractions Live Longer than DetailsTip 55 Don t Think Outside the Box Find the BoxIs there an easier way Are you trying to solve the right problem or have you been distracted by a peripheral technicalityWhy is this thing a problem What is it that s making it so hard to solveDoes it have to be done this wayDoes it have to be done at allTip 56 Listen to Nagging Doubts Start When You re ReadyBut how do you tell if you re procrastinating or if it s a good judgment to waitA techniue that has worked for One for My Baby us in these circumstances is to start prototyping Either you ll be bored and start doing the real work or that you realize something isn t right and you ll find a solutionTip 57 Some Things Are Better Done than DescribedAs a Pragmatic Programmer you should tend to view reuirements gathering design and implementation as different facets of the same process the delivery of a Paragon Walk (Charlotte & Thomas Pitt, uality system Distrust environments where reuirements are gathered specifications are written and then coding starts all in isolationChapter 8 Pragmatic ProjectsTip 62 Test Early Test Often Test AutomaticallyTip 63 Coding Ain t Done Til All the Tests RunTip 65 Test State Coverage Not Code CoverageTip 66 Find Bugs OnceTip 67 Treat English as Just Another Programming LanguageTip 68 Build Documentation In Don t Bolt It OnTip 69 Gently Exceed Your Users Expectationstake the extra mileTip 70 Sign Your Work

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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 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 have said this before but at the risk of duplication I ll say that the book contains a lot of common sense codified The other interesting bits are the suggestions for ways to behave as a good engineer Thing is many of them feel like personality traits than things you can learn or decide to dosuch as learn new things languages editors frameworks see how things work if something s broken find out why don t just get tests passing if you find rotten code refactor try to learn keyboard shortcuts write time saving scripts and tools like Robert just did automate everything especially testing test hardBut if you want to be better and don t do some of these maybe reading this will remind you how important it is to do them