30 Must-Read Engineering Books

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As a software engineer, you are probably familiar with being asked to come up with great algorithms in the field, or wish to be able to do so when asked.This book and 189 programming problems and solutions to help you.

30+ Must-Read Engineering Books
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An excellent read by the great mathematician Hamming, who suggested that efficient thinking can be learned. By studying how great scientists thought, you too can gradually think like them.

30+ Must-Read Engineering Books
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This book provides timeless and elegant solutions to common problems in software design and describes patterns for phenomena ranging from managing object creation to coordinating the flow of control between objects. Design Patterns It is a classic of object-oriented development.

30+ Must-Read Engineering Books
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Another great work by a software engineer. In an era of exploding data volumes and computing application diversity, efficient algorithms are needed now more than ever. Covering all modern algorithms, this comprehensive textbook can be a great companion throughout your learning journey.

30+ Must-Read Engineering Books
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It’s no surprise that engineers admire technology, and AI plays a major role in that admiration. CThis book complements the recent impact of recent achievements in artificial intelligence and provides a thorough analysis of how close we are to AGI and superintelligence. Provide you with a fun and informative time.

30+ Must-Read Engineering Books
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Covers many of the latest AI-related ideas and technological developments from cThe computing power of L4 autonomous vehicles and more, this book is a great choice if you are interested in artificial intelligence and its fundamentals.

30+ Must-Read Engineering Books
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Written by Henry Petroski, this book highlights the importance of study design failure. It explores well-known engineering failures such as the Hyatt Skywalk, the collapse of the Mianus River Bridge, and problematic DC-10 engine repairs.

30+ Must-Read Engineering Books
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Written by Robert Pirsig, this book is probably one of the most influential engineering books of the 20th century. It was first published more than 40 years ago and still applies to any mechanical engineer today. Pirsig explores the question: “What is mass?” It is said that the task ultimately drove the author crazy. Anthony J Marchese of Colorado State University describes the book as representing a journey all mechanical engineers should take.

30+ Must-Read Engineering Books
Source: Don Norman/Amazon

This is a classic engineering book that has gone through several editions. Written by Donald Norman, this book is not just about the design process, but about people and the way they use things. Design of everyday items Can change the way we think about the products we use and the role we play in creating new ones.


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