Tuesday, October 07, 2008

Book Review: Foundations of Programming

Foundations of Programming is a free eBook that discusses many best practices. These are some of the same things that are talked about while building software developers into Craftsmen. The book is for C#, and covers great topics including Unit Testing, Dependency Injection, Object Relational Mappers, and How and When to use Exceptions.

I definitely recommend taking the time to read the 79 page eBook. There's only 72 pages of content (not counting the table of contents and the acknowledgments). And any developer new or experienced will probably learn something new from reading through this book.

I also recommend following the blog posts that are on CodeBetter.com. This book is written by Karl Seguin who is one of the bloggers there. There's always good tips being posted on that site.

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