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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.

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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 Cake Processor
Book Review: Soft Skills: The Software Developer's Life Manual by John Z. Sonmez
by Philipp_Engelmann
While programming languages are becoming more and more powerful and abstract, knowing about the underlying algorithms and data structures and when and how to use them is still key to writing efficient and elegant programs.
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C# 4.0 in a Nutshell, Fourth Edition
by Nathan Gloyn
For a newcomer to CI in the .NET world, I would recommend you read this book as it will provide you with information and guidance to help you get your CI process in place.

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