About Petri Kainulainen

Petri is passionate about software development and continuous improvement. He is specialized in software development with the Spring Framework and is the author of Spring Data book.

10 Books Every Java Developer Should Read

I have read my share of software development books and I have noticed that it is very rare to find a book which I want to read more than once.

However, once in a while I find a book which teaches me new things every time when I read it. This blog post is a tribute to these rare gems.

And now, without further delay, I present to you ten books which have earned a special place in my bookshelf:
 
 
 

This list is based on my (subjective) opinion and it is very likely that your list will look completely different. If you think that I missed a book which should be in this list, share your opinion in the comment section.

Reference: 10 Books Every Java Developer Should Read from our JCG partner Petri Kainulainen at the Petri Kainulainen blog.

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One Response to "10 Books Every Java Developer Should Read"

  1. CalamarBicefalo says:

    Thanks for this list, I’m just looking forward to read some of them I didn’t even know.

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