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How is this book compared to "pragmatic programmers", im interesting in reading an inspiring book

 
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for developers.
 
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So Coders is presented as Q&A interviews, one chapter per interviewee, whereas The Pragmatic Programmer (I'm assuming that's the one you mean, by Hunt and Thomas) is the authors' take on things and is organized by topic. So they're pretty different and should both be inspiring in different ways.
 
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In Pragmatic Programmer, item 5, they suggest to extend your knowledge portfolio.
I guess I will take Coders to be one of the next technical books to read
 
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