Top of most mentioned books on stackoverflow.com

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#1 Working Effectively with Legacy Code

Author: Michael C. Feathers

#2 Design Patterns

Author: Ralph Johnson, Erich Gamma, John Vlissides, Richard Helm

#3 Clean Code

Author: Robert C. Martin

#4 Java concurrency in practice

Author: Brian Goetz, Tim Peierls

#5 Domain-driven Design

Author: Eric Evans

#6 JavaScript

Author: Douglas Crockford

#7 Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture

Author: Martin Fowler

#8 Code Complete

Author: Steve McConnell

#9 Refactoring

Author: Martin Fowler, Kent Beck

#10 Head First Design Patterns

Author: Eric Freeman, Elisabeth Freeman, Kathy Sierra, Bert Bates

#11 The C Programming Language

Author: Brian W. Kernighan, Dennis M. Ritchie

#12 Effective C++.

#13 Test-driven Development

Author: Kent Beck

#14 Introduction to Algorithms, 3rd Edition

Author: Thomas H. Cormen

#15 Mastering Regular Expressions

Author: Jeffrey Friedl

#16 CLR Via C#

Author: Jeffrey Richter

#17 Cocoa Programming for Mac OS X

Author: Aaron Hillegass

#18 Effective STL

Author: Scott Meyers

#19 Modern C++ Design

Author: Andrei Alexandrescu

#20 Large-scale C++ Software Design

Author: John Lakos

#21 Inside the Microsoft Build Engine

Author: Sayed Ibrahim Hashimi, William Bartholomew

#22 Programming Microsoft ASP.NET 2.0 core reference

Author: Dino Esposito

#23 XUnit Test Patterns

Author: Gerard Meszaros

#24 Concurrent Programming on Windows

Author: Joe Duffy

#25 Compilers

Author: Alfred V. Aho

#26 Framework Design Guidelines

Author: Krzysztof Cwalina, Brad Abrams

#27 C++ Coding Standards: 101 Rules, Guidelines, and Best Practices

#28 UNIX Network Programming

Author: W. Richard Stevens, Bill Fenner, Andrew M. Rudoff

#29 Purely Functional Data Structures

Author: Chris Okasaki

#30 The Art of Unit Testing

Author: Roy Osherove

 
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