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The Art of Computer Programming, especially volume 2. I didn't realize how many difficult computational issues had already been analyzed and understood in depth.

Unix Haters, which makes me realize: There is always another edge case I've missed; and People will use my software in ways I didn't anticipate or intend, but I want it to behave well if possible.

Unix Power Tools, which informed me on the origins of Perl, and what kind of tools are already available on the underlying OS (or might be missing, depending on the flavor, whims of sysadmins, or non-Unix systems).

Calvin and Hobbes: Attack of the Deranged Mutant Killer Monster Snow Goons: Who said snowmen have just one head, or any, or match any particular description? When I get stuck on a problem, it helps to pick up something that makes me think outside the box. We're always making assumptions, and we don't always examine the assumptions, but sometimes blindly follow along. Try to color outside the lines sometimes, sorta like "fishnet" as a color.

Quantum Mechanics: The dreams stuff is made of

In reply to Re: Which non-Perl books made you a better (?:Perl )?Programmer? by QM
in thread Which non-Perl books made you a better (?:Perl )?Programmer? by brian_d_foy

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