Want to read a book that can help me avoid newb mistakes and can help me write beautiful code ?

Pragmatic programmer(1999)
Clean code
any other book ?
Help me !!?

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    Pragmatic programmer is general programming practices that can help you better understand projects and make you a better professional.
    It's a great book and must read but not for what you are looking for.
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    Clean code is popular among my friends
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    Hmm that’s a good question. Working with a nitpicky team is probably the best way to learn how to care about beautiful code. My mentor growing up was a nitpicker so I inherited that. GOF is good to read, a lot of the patterns in there are good, but the important lesson is not any specific pattern but just to consider solving the problem through design rather than just spewing whatever code comes to mind. Clean design -> clean code
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    I heard many great things about Clean code
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    Also important :

    Design Patterns - Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software


    Head First Design Patterns - A Brain-Friendly guide
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    Code Simplicity by Max Kanat-Alexander
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    It's still relevant.
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    @FrodoSwaggins @electriZer
    Okay thats it i am goin with "Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software"
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    @ravijojila yeah
    Sorry deleted the cmnt
    Yep pragmatic programmer is on top of my list after i complete Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented .
    And all the other books if i need to read and learn something more!
    Thank you all ❤
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    @syed1hassan hope you like it! GOF should be on ever programmers bookshelf.
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    any book cant help you to improve your code !!
    just try try try try and one day you will see you are better than past
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    @morteza books do help you !

    Though books only help you if you implement it again n again !
    So yes ! trying again n again improves you. 🙂
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    @syed1hassan reading source codes are better than books , books are good for beginner
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    No one mentioning SICP, The Structure and interpretation of Computer Programs?

    It's a classic, but not about writing code itself though ;)
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    @morteza guess what i am a beginner !
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