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Book Reviews

This Book Review chapter is for readers to post their reviews of software development related books. Reviews are intended to provide you with information on books that others consider useful and of value to developers.

Great Reads

by DaveAuld
A quick book review of what could be one of the "Best Haynes Manual Ever"
by Marc Clifton
A Review of "Object Oriented Engineering Patterns"
by Simon Jackson
Syncfusion’s "Succinctly" series, one of the largest free (and still growing) set of technical books covering everything from languages, to source control systems and beyond.
by Simon Jackson
HLSL Development Cookbook Review

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by B. Clay Shannon
A list of useful programming books, some general, some platform- or language-specific
by MarkPearlCoZa
Great book!I have been learning Vim for just over a year now. It’s hard - hellishly hard - especially for my Windows based brain. Yet as much as it is hard, it is addictive to learn. In the last year I have read numerous blog posts, watched countless tutorial videos, played a number of online Vim ga
by MarkPearlCoZa
I have read many software development books, but there are only a handful that had such an impact on my life that they fundamentally made me look at software development differently. Today I have to add Kent Beck’s Extreme Programming Explained 2nd Edition to that elite group.The physical book looks
by Dominique Gilleman
Review of the book how to apply DDD in .NET

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