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When I started hn-books, it was just a lark. Still is, really.

One of the things I enjoyed doing was listening to hackers talk about how great certain books were, then going off and reading them myself.

With this latest book I've reviewed, I didn't have to do that. Code Complete is my favorite programming book, so the review came very easily. In fact, it was downright impossible to say anything bad about it.

If you like the book, or if you're interested in becoming a better programmer, check out the review.

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