The Pragmatic Programmer is a book written by Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt that offers advice on how to be a successful programmer. It covers topics such as personal responsibility, career development, software rot, writing flexible code, avoiding programming by coincidence, security vulnerabilities, building teams of Pragmatic Programmers, and testing ruthlessly and effectively. This 20th anniversary edition of the book includes new anecdotes, examples, and analogies to illustrate the best approaches and major pitfalls of software development. It is a must-read for anyone looking to improve their programming skills and career.
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