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re: What are some "classic reads" in programming? VIEW POST

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re: Blogs Rise of the Expert Beginner Any of Joel On Software top 10 Hiring Lemons (Dan Luu) not really part of the original ask, but aren't books...
 

SICP is an awesome book. It divides information technology in data and procedures that transforms that data. It simplifies everything when you're dealing with the most common problem we have today, which is managing state. If you keep those two separated, you can reason about your code without having to be a genius.

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