* More Programming Pearls.
* The Pragmatic Programmer - From Journeyman to Master.
* The Algorithm Design Manual.
+ <prod id="programming_pearls">
+ <title>Programming Pearls</title>
+ <creator type="author">Jon Bentley</creator>
+I've heard this book mentioned in several places before buying it and reading
+it and it did not disappoint me. This book is really great, with
+interesting coverage of interesting programming and computer science-related
+topics. It has an extensive discussion of optimising code, which I
+appreciated, being very interested in it (see:
+<a href="http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Optimizing_Code_for_Speed">my essay
+about it</a> ), and lots of other
+interesting stuff. The second edition was updated for modern times, and feels
+Bentley mentions in the book that he has written a book called "Writing
+Efficient Programs" which is now out-of-print with some techniques for
+optimising code. I was saddened to hear that it is indeed out-of-print,
+because I’dliked to read it. He does give a summary of the book in an
+The book contains many exercises, most of which I’ve mentally thought about,
+but did not actually solve using the computer. Otherwise, I enjoyed
+reading this book and can wholeheartedly recommend it.