If you're up for some light technical reading, this book is highly recommended.
I found that many of the questions in this book provided insights into the difficulties I'm currently presented with, and offers suggestions on how to approach them.
The book gives you excellent insight into how the great programmers think and work.
Interesting compilation of interviews from programmers & computer scientists widely considered as the best in the business. It's a must read for everyone in tech.Published 6 months ago by semk
This is a brilliant book if you like getting an understanding of how other people think. You won't find any magical insights, just a solid understanding of how some really smart... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Christopher M Lozaga
Although the idea of an interview book is so simple --go talk to a
bunch of people good at what they do, and write down the interesting
stuff they tell you-- they somehow... Read more
I read a few pages every time I need inspiration for coding, as I sometimes lose my excitement, and it's excellent for this purpose: it's a pleasure to read, and the interviews are... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Poczkodi Gábor
Couldn't put it down! Lots of great insight about programming, languages, etc. Helpful for beginners and experts alike! Loved it.Published 16 months ago by Veronica Smith
Enjoyed the reading... I would recommend this book to anyone who would seek to find out more about what the specific techniques are and hints or ideas that would help programmers... Read morePublished 17 months ago by dveenk
As a college student, I often ask people what should be on my reading list as a prospective software engineer. Many tell Coders at Work is a must read. Read morePublished 18 months ago by wareagle920
It was fun reading about different computer science luminaries, though I tended to skim some of the longer interviews.
Minor complaint: some typos in the kindle version.
I would recommend this book to intermediate level programmers. It is very inspiring and contains many interesting stories. New programmers would find it hard to feel inspired.Published 20 months ago by Lusha