What to read for the programmer to improve serious algorithmic basis in the corporate sector?


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The third-year student. Fine program, many of which are already written, but I want to gain some serious algorithmic basis in the corporate sector — because there is no certainty in readiness to get a job.


Actually please indicate what the best books can you recommend on the part of basic algorithms (including the contest type), patterns, and anything else that may be useful in serious work as a programmer in a large company. Not only programming languages but also on databases, operating systems, networking. In the General list of literature that you think is mandatory reading.
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Cormen. Algorithms. The construction and analysis of
S. McConnell.Perfect code.
Bentley. Art of computer programming
Tannenbaum. Computer networks
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Whip. The art of computer programming.
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Normal program

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the best book I can advise on parts of the basic algorithms

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You very correctly advised. Get a job now. Even for a penny. Books will help you, but only if you have experience. Otherwise, no matter how much you read, no matter how much I studied, when you get — will only response a La: "raise it. College boy". There is nothing wrong, but the programmer theorist with no experience is much less valuable than a programmer, read poloniecki, and even that is only about syntax, but rattled off five years in the relevant post.
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You need to read "the literature" but you don't know on what subject. That's the problem.
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E. Gamma, R. Helm, R. Johnson, J. Vlissides
Techniques of object-oriented design. Design patterns
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The famous "Refactoring" of Fowler — no comments and additional recommendations. "Pearls of programming" Bentley — easy to read and not too bulky a book about serious and interesting things.
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Martin. Clean code.
Fowler. Templates of corporate applications
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Basic algorithms and concepts:
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Aho, Hopcroft, Ullman. Algorithms and data structures.
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Virt. Algorithms + data Structures = Programs
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Classics on BD:
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Deyt. Introduction to database systems.
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