I've been reading some books lately, just some general stuff like Unit Testing, Spring, and Clean Code. At work we can get whatever books we want, but of course it has to be programmer books. So I thought I would order some good books, but they can't be game
programming books, that would be too obvious abuse, and I think my boss would say something if the company was spending on books on my hobby
But clearly, there are plenty programming books that aren't game oriented but still benefit game programmers. Most recently I read "Clean Code", which shows you how to write clean understandable code. This benefits both the game programmer in me and also the work programmer.
But, I'm totally oblivious to what good books are out there. I mostly read what is passed on to me, and let others choose.
So, what good books do you guys think are worth reading? (Not just game oriented only books please)