Solvd, Inc.

Solvd, Inc.

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About Solvd, Inc.
Solvd, Inc. is a software engineering company focused on Mobile and Web solutions as well as Quality Assurance for VC-backed startups and booming tech companies. Since 2011, we have built applications for a variety of fields including sports, healthcare, education, media,...
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$25 - $49/hr
50 - 249
2011
United States, Belarus
Solvd, Inc.
Get things Solvd. | Software Development & QA
5.00/5 (3 Reviews)
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First, thank you for calling it programming, not coding!Second, I agree with Alan Mellor that there isn’t a single book, but a few books come to mind as having deepened my understanding. None are introductory:The original Gang of Four Design Patterns, or Allan Shalloway’s Design Patterns Explained; part of the value is in design patterns themselves, but a larger value is the repeated models of code modularity and the expressive/adaptive power of polymorphismKernighan and Ritchie’s The C Programming Language, which doesn’t offer much insight into modern C, but offers a lot of depth in how C was designed to solve problems, because it’s steeped in pure C idiomJoshua Bloch’s Effective Java, which is the single best exploration of idiom in a modern language (at least, that I’ve seen)
First, thank you for calling it programming, not coding!Second, I agree with Alan Mellor that there isn’t a single book, but a few books come to mind as having deepened my understanding. None are introductory:The original Gang of Four Design Patterns, or Allan Shalloway’s Design Patterns Explained; part of the value is in design patterns themselves, but a larger value is the repeated models of code modularity and the expressive/adaptive power of polymorphismKernighan and Ritchie’s The C Programming Language, which doesn’t offer much insight into modern C, but offers a lot of depth in how C was designed to solve problems, because it’s steeped in pure C idiomJoshua Bloch’s Effective Java, which is the single best exploration of idiom in a modern language (at least, that I’ve seen)

First, thank you for calling it programming, not coding!

Second, I agree with Alan Mellor that there isn’t a single book, but a few books come to mind as having deepened my understanding. None are introductory:

  • The original Gang of Four Design Patterns, or Allan Shalloway’s Design Patterns Explained; part of the value is in design patterns themselves, but a larger value is the repeated models of code modularity and the expressive/adaptive power of polymorphism
  • Kernighan and Ritchie’s The C Programming Language, which doesn’t offer much insight into modern C, but offers a lot of depth in how C was designed to solve problems, because it’s steeped in pure C idiom
  • Joshua Bloch’s Effective Java, which is the single best exploration of idiom in a modern language (at least, that I’ve seen)
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