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in reply to Mastering Perl for Bioinformatics

I found "non-programmers" (or programmers that work a lot with non-programmers) often wrote very good tutorials. And I personally prefer to read a programming book focused on some exotic topic, rather than the generic ones

Also, bioinformatics serves as a good model for other people to draw inspiration from, just as psychologists draw inspiration from economics, economists from physics, etc.

And the best problem-solvers are often the cross-disciplinarians.