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Books:
1. Refactoring by Martin Fowler
2. Understanding the Four Rules of Simple Design by Corey Haines
3. Agile Software Development: Principles, Patterns, and Practices by Robert Martin (Uncle Bob)
4. Refactoring to Patterns by Joshua Kerievsky
5. Growing Object-Oriented Software Guided by Tests by Nat Pryce and Steve Freeman
6. The Pragmatic Programmer by Andrew Hunt and Dave Thomas
7. Agile Pragmatic Thinking & Learning: Refactor Your Wetware by Andrew Hunt
8. Object-Oriented Analysis and Design by Craig Larman
9. (Last but not least) Clean Code by Robert Martin

Videos/blogs/articles written by any of the above authors.

There are a lot of books you can buy about Java programming. The above listed books are about programming (i.e. the thinking part of programming, not just the part about the mechanics of a programming language)
 
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Piet Souris wrote:@Lee, Junilu, Liutauras,
I apologize for my somewhat rough reply, but the effect was exactly what I was hoping for (and, to be honest, I expected no less)


No worries, Piet. Like I said, you actually spurred folks into action and gave the impetus to make this thread turn out the way it did. If you believe that the means justifies the end, then I think your response was quite justified in the end. It's all good.
 
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Piet Souris wrote:@Lee, Junilu, Liutauras,

I apologize for my somewhat rough reply, but the effect was exactly what I was hoping for (and, to be honest, I expected no less)

Have all a cow (but given my 1-cow/day limit, that'll take three days).

This is coderanch at its best.


Piet, we glad you are around. Everybody who reads that I hope know, that Piet is our asset with tons of knowledge, so we benefit from reading his posts. And yes, Piet's confirmation means a lot to us. Have a cow for your specific angle to many problems - not many know what I mean, but I'm sure you do!!!
 
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