The Cleaner Coder
A Code of Conduct for Professional Programmers

The Clean Coder by Robert C. Martin explores the mindset and practices of professional software developers. Martin delves into ethical responsibilities, communication skills, and work habits, emphasizing professionalism and continuous improvement. The book offers valuable insights into managing time, handling pressure, and fostering a collaborative work environment for software professionals.

Clean Code
A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship

Clean Code by Robert C. Martin is a guide for software developers, advocating for writing clean, maintainable, and readable code. Through practical examples and clear principles, Martin emphasizes the importance of craftsmanship in programming, offering actionable advice for improving code quality and developer productivity.

The Design Of Everyday Things

The Design of Everyday Things by Don Norman explores how everyday objects influence human behavior and cognition. Norman introduces user-centered design principles, usability, and affordance concepts, illustrating how good design enhances user experience. The book serves as a compelling guide for designers, engineers, and anyone interested in intuitive product design.

Don't make me think

Don’t Make Me Think by Steve Krug is a definitive guide to web usability, emphasizing simplicity and intuitive design. Krug advocates for user-friendly interfaces that minimize cognitive load and promote effortless navigation. Through practical examples and concise advice, the book provides actionable insights for creating effective, user-centric websites.

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