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About the Author: Brian W. Kernighan

Brian Wilson Kernighan is a computer scientist who worked at Bell Labs alongside Unix creators Ken Thompson and Dennis Ritchie and contributed greatly to Unix and its school of thought

10 thoughts on “The Practice of Programming

  1. says:

    The book describes itself as a practical guide to general programming in the real world but for the most part doesn't deliver on that promise for a number of reasons First the book should have been called The Practice of Programming in C and C The intro chapters say Java Perl and others would be discussed but I'd estimate the C languages make

  2. says:

    Overall a decent introduction to some of the lessons you'll learn after a few years in the trenches of real programmingIf you're fresh out of college and starting your first programming gig read this book carefully A lot of what it says may sound like common sense but often people don't take it to heart It will save you pain down the road Kernighan

  3. says:

    If you are a programmer you must read it It is full of good EXAMPLES of how to write better code and design things right

  4. says:

    It's really important to have some expectation before reading this bookExperienced developers may think that this book is useless for them because of outdated information a lot of C code obvious ideasBut I highly recommend them to reread the following chapters Chapter 1 is about style Chapter 5 is about debugging that is really important as for experienced dev

  5. says:

    Pros Gives some good mostly well known advice on programming From somewhat very low level like break up complex expressions to higher level like detect errors at a low level handle them at a high level and even organizational like think before typing when debugging Gives a few bright and not so widely adopted ideas The chapter on testing taught me something new eg t

  6. says:

    Wonderful book and extremely good advice on programming practice I realized that this book is not be read in one sitting or in a month This book is to be taken up for half a year to a year of dedicated study and reuires solving the problems presented like technical book So this fits in all the characteristic of a technical book with with problem given at the end of sectio

  7. says:

    Keeping the standard of The C Programming Language this book is a no frills guide to writing exceptional software While aimed at C C and Java developers the topics are relevant to those working in other languages

  8. says:

    Some interesting material but overall suited to people at the start of their careers and very focused on low level concerns that are relevant for C and C Actually my overriding impression during the book was look at all this effort to avoid dumb errors in low level programming languages; I need to never use C again

  9. says:

    An artifact of its time the book was written when programming seriously mostly meant programming in C and sometimes some other languages No wonder this book should have been better named 'The Practice of Programming in C C sometimes Java and occasionally Awk and Perl' Even though a big part of the text is highly irrelevant to any non C programmer nowwho are in plenty nowadays there are a l

  10. says:

    Good read for novice programmers The book introduces the reader to a range of important topics ranging from algorithms and data structures to debugging and performance It contains numerous code examples and exercises to help students learn The exercises are particularly usefulThe examples are unfortunately outdated When the book was written Java was brand new as were the C STL and '' comments wa

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