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"To my mind, there is a minimum set of topics with which you have to be conversant to call yourself a professional programmer. If you don’t know these things, you’re a dilettante. This list includes a deep understanding of data structures and key algorithms, a little math (set theory, logic, a little statistics), mastery of analysis-and-design techniques, both process (e.g., RUP or XP) and structure (e.g., design patterns), and database structure and use (e.g., SQL). You also need to know how the hardware works.
You need this stuff even if you’re not actually using it in your work, because no matter what you’re doing, knowing this material will make your work better. How could you possibly decide which of Java’s Collection classes to use in a particular situation if you don’t know how those classes work under the covers, for example?" Allen Holub

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