Programmers! Which book(s) would you recommend to anyone who does whatever you do, and why? Or; which book do you wish you'd read sooner? Or; what’s the book you wish everyone you work with had read?

It’s New Year's resolutions time. 🕺

I’ll start with “Test-Driven Development by Example” for its clear explanation of automated testing to drive development. It helped me gain the courage to tackle difficult programming problems, even if I didn’t know what the result would look like.

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