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I liked "The C programming language".
Even if you do not end up using C, this is a really good read. And since we are talking about classics I thought we count this in.
And "Refactoring" by Martin Fowler and gang is really useful one. It helped me a lot.
And "Structure and interpretation of computer programs" for people who are naughty enough. You may think this meaningful or crazy recommendation. It is useful for somebody. It helped me.