📚 Books you must read for

⇨ DSA
⇨ SQL
⇨ JavaScript

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Books were and still are the most important medium for our knowledge growth.

Do you love to read books? How about for technical subjects? If no, I would suggest you should.

Here, I will list few of my favourite ones. If you want to add any, feel free.
1️⃣ DSA

1️⃣ Grokking Algorithms
Author: Aditya Bhargava

2️⃣ Introduction to Algorithms
Authors: Thomas H. Cormen, Charles E. Leiserson, Ronald L. Rivest, and Clifford Stein

3️⃣ Introduction to Algorithms
Author: Udi Manber

4️⃣ The Algorithm Design Manual
Author: Steven S. Skiena
5️⃣ Algorithms
Authors: Robert Sedgewick and Kevin Wayne

6️⃣ Data Structures and Algorithms Made Easy
Author: Narasimha Karumanchi

7️⃣ Data Structures Using C
Authors: Aaron M. Tenenbaum, Yedidyah Langsam, and Moshe J. Augenstein
2️⃣ SQL/Database Design

1️⃣ Learning SQL
Author: Alan Beaulieu

2️⃣ Head First SQL
Author: Lynn Beighley

3️⃣ SQL Quickstart Guide
Author: Clydebank Technology

4️⃣ SQL Practice Problems
Author: Sylvia Moestl Vasilik
5️⃣ SQL Queries for Mere Mortals
Authors: John Viescas, Michael J. Hernandez

6️⃣ Database Design for Mere Mortals
Author: Michael J. Hernandez

7️⃣ SQL Antipatterns
Author: Bill Karwin

8️⃣ Beginning Database Design Solutions
Author: Rod Stephens
3️⃣ JavaScript

1️⃣ Eloquent JavaScript
Author: Marijin Haverbeke

2️⃣ You Don't Know JS
Author: Kyle Simpson

3️⃣ Effective JavaScript
Author: David Herman
4️⃣ DSA Contents

⇨ Are you practicing DSA?
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I am sharing DSA related contents regularly which you may never want to miss.

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5️⃣ SQL (Database) Contents

⇨ Are you practicing SQL/NoSQL?
⇨ Do you want to learn SQL in easy process?

I am sharing Database related contents regularly which you may never want to miss.

I have organised all these in a "Moment" for your easy access 👇

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6️⃣ JavaScript Contents

⇨ Are you practicing JS?
⇨ Do you want to learn JS in easy process?

I am sharing JS related infographics regularly which you may never want to miss.

I have organised all these in a "Moment" for your easy access 👇

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