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One of my favorites by far is Clean Code by Robert C. Martin. It's not about data structures or algorithms but definitely is about writing poetry. It theach you how to write beautiful code that it's not only readable but also scalable.
His author is one of the impulsors of agile. He and personalities like Martin Fowler, Kent Beck, Michael Feathers or Dave Thomas are the heroes that made and/or populated the software development process and practices that lets the industry moves fast but with confidence.
At the end of the day there's one editorial that you really need to know. It's name Addison-wesley. Ones of the best books in the field are written under that publisher

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