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Java language book for an experienced programmer? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is there a canonical book for learning Java as an experienced developer? I am looking for book to get up to speed with (start with) a Java language. I am experienced ...
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Is there a canonical reference on algorithm design? [closed]

So every time I get an interview, I get simple problems. The problem is, I seem to make a mess of it by writing inefficient algorithms that either take too much space or time. I am really not able to ...
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Would you recommend Head First Programming for someone new? [closed]

My brother is just starting out college. He's studying the same thing I am here in Bolivia; Systems Engineer which is the equivalent of what a CS degree is in the US. Being his big brother and a ...
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Recommendation for an introductory OpenGl Book [closed]

I've been dabbling with c++/SDL and I'm quite keen on learning OpenGL. So my question being - what are some good introductory books/guides to OpenGl?. I know about NEHE but I would prefer to stay ...
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Which 3 technical books would you recommend all fresh-out-of-uni junior developers to read? [closed]

Say you, a senior developer, get a junior developer straight out of uni or college to care under your wings. He/she is the typical freshly minted programmer: knows at least one mainstream language ...
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What are some good Mercurial books? [closed]

Recently, I've started playing with Mercurial. So far I was using Git, and although I don't have any objections to it, I was pleasantly suprised with Mercurial's, so to say, simplicity on Windows ...