These are some of my favorite technology, software and programming books:
(Andrew Hunt, David Thomas)
This is one of my favorite programming books of all-time. The topics in it are obvious, perhaps even simple, but the advice is value and, well, practical. The book is short, fun-to-read and always worth revisiting and is the inspiration for a video I did: The Pragmatic Programmer.
Eric is the founder of SourceGear, the makers of Vault version control software. This an excellent collection of Eric’s writings from his blog and MSDN, which is mostly business-focused.
A good book on coding standards, techniques and other things. I've had a few things to say about coding standards from time to time.
This book is an oldie from the 1980's and has some interesting tales from early pioneers in the software industry.
A collection of great articles from Joel Spolsky’s Joel on Software web site. These articles are getting a bit dated, but Joel is a great writer so they are always fun to read.
(Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson)
These three books are great short reads and offer useful advice on how to work in the modern software development world. Getting Real is also available for free online.
What are your favorite software-related books?