In this career in computer science (and other tech-related areas) not only reading is a must but being very selective with the books being read and also any other sources of learning.
Which books would you recommend for anyone?
I am not sure if this helps.
There has been multiple posts on books in dev.to. I hope you find something that you are looking for.
reply is spot on, 'cause I feel that in development books there are as many as programming languages. I'd recommend more books that can help anyone become better regardless of their tech-stack. For instance, some titles that come to my mind right now are 'Start with Why' by Simon Sinek, 'The power of habit' by Charles Duhigg, the 80/20 principle of Richard Koch and my personal favorite 'The 4-hour Chef' by Tim Ferriss
Thank you 👍. I recently finished, 'Start with Why' and if you apply properly it really changes how you view things from a different perspective. I have the 'Power of Habit' in my library and haven't started yet. Will check it out the other books that you mentioned.
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