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Article: InfoQ Editors' Recommended Reading List

| by Charles Humble Follow 64 Followers on Feb 17, 2009. Estimated reading time: less than one minute |

In this article eight members of the InfoQ editorial team discuss a number of books which have influenced how we think about software development, architecture and managing projects. The resulting article is a selection of sixteen books, plus some on-line papers and other tips, which we think our readers should read.

 

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correction - introduction to algorithms authors by Yardena Meymann

Cormen, Leiserson, Rivest and Stein.

Re: correction - introduction to algorithms authors by Charles Humble

Many thanks for pointing this out – have amended the text.
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Brian Goetz - java Concurrency In Practice by Doug Ly

I would say this book change my skill working with java thread. I has been slepping with it for more than 4 years

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