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There seem to be a lot of programming books on coding style and best practices and then of course a lot of books on organizational or team process e.g. agile/scrum/kanban, etc. I'm looking for books that discuss the process and method of solving programming problems.

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"Getting Things Done" by David Allen


for task management...

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My first thought was the following book, but I encourage you to read up on it (and read the reviews) to make sure it captures the nuance of what you are looking for. Regardless, a great book!

The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master by Andrew Hunt and David Thomas



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The Pragmatic Programmer is such a great book and is definitely a must read for programmers/developers. –  alvincrespo Feb 28 '11 at 4:36

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