Top 5 books every Web Developer should read

So many books, so little time.

One of my mentors said to me, to read a complete book every month. He suggested me to read at least 2 books each month.

  • One book for technical stuff
  • One book for non technical stuff

Thanks Uday. It’s a good guidance at the right time in the start of my career.

I took that guidance seriously and started to read books.

I used to track the books I read in good reads website. You can find the list of books in my goodreads profile.

Coming back to the theme of this post.

Here is the list of my favorite books related to web development as well as General professional development.

The Clean Coder: A Code of Conduct for Professional Programmers

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Author: Robert C. Martin

The Art of Readable Code

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Author: Dustin BoswellTrevor Foucher

Don’t Make Me Think, Revisited: A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability

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Author: Steve Krug 

JavaScript: The Good Parts

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Douglas Crockford

Even Faster Web Sites

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Author: Steve Souders

Disclaimer: The ordering doesn’t related to quality of book. Its purely sorted based my personal favorite.

You can start with any of the book. Comment your favorite book in the comment section below.

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