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All 3 Clean ... by Robert C. Martin (uncle bob) books, After 2-3 yrs of experience.

Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code (Addison-Wesley Object Technology Series) Martin Fowler (Author). You will not be afraid after this to work with legacy code.

For JavaScript Nicholas C. Zakas books

I do not recommend learning a programming language from a book, do an interactive course (like Udacity platform, Khan Academy or gamification platform like codingwars), OR read a book but stop after each 10-30 pages and practice.

Like cooking or any other craft you need to practice it in order to learn it.

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