97 Things Every Programmer Should Know - Extended
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97 Things Every Programmer Should Know - Extended

Last updated on 2014-09-23

About the Book

Welcome to the extended version of 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know - Collective Wisdom from the Experts.

97 Things Every Programmer Should Know (http://programmer.97things.oreilly.com) site contains amazing collection of essays about programming practices. Kevlin Henney has created a nice book "97 Things Every Programmer Should Know" of the selected 97 essays.

This books is a collection of additional 68 essays available at the site but doesn't appear in Kevlin's book.

The text in the book is taken from site **as is**. If you find any typographic error, please let us know and/or go ahead and update the original site.

About the Editor

Shirish Padalkar
Shirish Padalkar

I loved computers since I got introduced to computers in my school days. Started programming with QBasic, used WS4, Lotus-123, DOS and Windows 3.1.

Programming has been my passion. I work at ThoughtWorks and code for living. I love Java, Ruby, and I can read Python code. I had small time affairs with Haskell, LISP and Prolog as well.

Besides programming I like to find and report vulnerabilities in web applications.

I enjoy playing Tabla and love listening to Indian classical music.

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