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|Website about Software Developers - Outsourcing portal. Other useful information: It's been nine months since I created the Top 100 Best Software Engineering Books, Ever, with the best books ever released. I still refer to it when I want to pick up a timeless classic. But last week I suddenly..." /
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|NOOP.NL: Top 50 New Software Development Books - It's been nine months since I created the Top 100 Best Software Engineering Books, Ever , with the best books ever released. I still refer to it when I want to pick up a timeless classic. But last week I suddenly had the desire to know what the new best software development books are. And I couldn't find any such list. So, of course, I made it myself. In this post I proudly present the Top 50 New Software Development Books , where new means "less than two years old". This list was created using a weighed mix of the following criteria:
Like in the previous edition, I ignored all technology-specific titles. Only books about generic software engineering topics were allowed on the list.
NOOP.NL: Top 50 New Software Development Books
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Top 50 New Software Development Books
Number of ratings on Amazon.com
Average rating on Amazon.com
Number of ratings on GoodReads.com
Averate rating on GoodReads.com
Note: The time that has passed since a book's release date was part of the calculation. For example: A book that got three 5-star ratings in just four months is listed higher than a book that got the same ratings in a much longer period of time. Some other things worth pointing out:
I discarded all re-releases of books that had earlier editions before 2007. The only exception is
Making Things Happen , because Scott Berkun changed the title of his book. And because he's a nice bloke who granted an interview with me .