Might as well add Clean Architecture by Uncle Bob, but maybe not for a Junior developer. I have read Clean Code/Clean Coder multiple times plus they look great.
I was actually handed the Refactoring book on my first day of my first professional job.
Great list read all but Growing Object-Oriented Software, Guided by Tests I will definitely give that a read.
Thanks for your comment, Isaiah!
Clean Architecture is great, I read a couple of weeks ago. I agree with you, probably it's the next level. It's a really enjoyable read among programming books.
A great book that I recommend for anyone with a passing interest on how computers work not just programming is Code by Charles Petzold I wish I had found the book much sooner in my CS course as it makes all the CPU architecture concepts so easy to under.
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