Some books<br />every Java programmer <br />could have read<br />
The Pragmatic Programmer<br />Start with this one!<br />http://amzn.to/cJqpjP<br />
Thinking in Java<br />The best Java book for a start<br />http://amzn.to/dBKvhH<br />
Just learn the language ...<br />... and pass the certification exam <br />http://amzn.to/9rqYuL<br />
Refactoring<br />Makes you think about you smelling code<br />http://amzn.to/cGGOUa<br />I was writing C in Java before I ...
TDD by Example<br />Although not Java-related, this is the best book on the subject, which explains HOW and WHY to do TDD<...
“Ideology injection”<br />Useful, to aknowledge the engineering practices, and (maybe), the project flow<br />http://amzn....
Effective Java<br />Gives you a deeper understanding of Java<br />http://amzn.to/9SIKBJ<br />“I sure wish I had this book ...
Java Puzzlers<br />Study the cornercases!<br />http://www.javapuzzlers.com<br />
Threads!<br />If you don’t get it, you do not know Java!<br />http://amzn.to/blZW4 E<br />
Spec’s<br />http://amzn.to/ahDIWH<br />http://amzn.to/ckGpRL<br />
Patterns?<br />Not sure about this one..<br />Defenitely worth to read<br />But be careful! <br />http://amzn.to/c1k0Lg<b...
Out to the wild enterprise ...<br />http://amzn.to/9qfgXL<br />http://amzn.to/aEPD0h<br />
Choose your pile <br />http://www.shelfari.com/antonarhipov/shelf<br />
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  1. 1. Some books<br />every Java programmer <br />could have read<br />
  2. 2. The Pragmatic Programmer<br />Start with this one!<br />http://amzn.to/cJqpjP<br />
  3. 3. Thinking in Java<br />The best Java book for a start<br />http://amzn.to/dBKvhH<br />
  4. 4. Just learn the language ...<br />... and pass the certification exam <br />http://amzn.to/9rqYuL<br />
  5. 5. Refactoring<br />Makes you think about you smelling code<br />http://amzn.to/cGGOUa<br />I was writing C in Java before I read this<br />
  6. 6. TDD by Example<br />Although not Java-related, this is the best book on the subject, which explains HOW and WHY to do TDD<br />http://amzn.to/aikfg7<br />
  7. 7. “Ideology injection”<br />Useful, to aknowledge the engineering practices, and (maybe), the project flow<br />http://amzn.to/bF28VI<br />
  8. 8. Effective Java<br />Gives you a deeper understanding of Java<br />http://amzn.to/9SIKBJ<br />“I sure wish I had this book ten years ago. Some might think that I don’t need any Java books, but I need this one.”<br />—James Gosling<br />
  9. 9. Java Puzzlers<br />Study the cornercases!<br />http://www.javapuzzlers.com<br />
  10. 10. Threads!<br />If you don’t get it, you do not know Java!<br />http://amzn.to/blZW4 E<br />
  11. 11. Spec’s<br />http://amzn.to/ahDIWH<br />http://amzn.to/ckGpRL<br />
  12. 12. Patterns?<br />Not sure about this one..<br />Defenitely worth to read<br />But be careful! <br />http://amzn.to/c1k0Lg<br />
  13. 13. Out to the wild enterprise ...<br />http://amzn.to/9qfgXL<br />http://amzn.to/aEPD0h<br />
  14. 14. Choose your pile <br />http://www.shelfari.com/antonarhipov/shelf<br />

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