This thread just came across my Twitter feed and it's looking like it will turn into a goldmine of resources.
Assuming you've already got the skills to get a job and you can write some code, there are still a ton of things to learn about having a career in software development.
Professional developers benefit from learning things like design patterns, project management strategies, business tactics, and best practices.
If I could only recommend five books for a fledgling developer 👇
For people looking to build a strong technical foundation (in this order):
For people who want to get better at getting along with other people:
Share some recommendations with me so I can add them to my reading list. 📚