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Looking for that last-minute stocking filler? Expecting a book token of some kind during the next few days? Or do you just want to hide behind something impenetrable as the relatives descend for the Christmas holidays? What luck! The Reg has asked a bunch of experts spanning Java, .NET, security and agile what they’d been …

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Touche to " The Feynman Lectures on Physics: The Definitive and Extended Edition. " . Feynman was probably the best physics teacher the world has ever seen. His lectures should be required reading for any one in a technical industry and/or anyone interested in physics.

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One of the best books I've ever read...

Code by Charles Petzold

I picked up this book earlier this year and have now bought a copy for almost everyone of my friends and family, the ones that will pick up a book and read it. It keeps everything really basic and I've been able to use it's examples to teach binary math and the basics of computing to eight year old kids. But don't think it can't teach or help you brush up on your own skills.

http://www.microsoft.com/learning/en/us/books/4677.aspx

One of the few things good to come out of megashaft...

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