The Clean Coder by Robert C. Martin (aka Uncle Bob) is a book about how a professional should conduct or what one needs to do to become one. The book consists of 14 chapters.
There are some technical bits here and there but the majority of the content deals with what one needs to do to become a “professional” (the word Uncle Bob stressed a lot in the book as the subtitle of the book is “A Code of Conduct for Professional Developers”) developer.
For more coding oriented content, you might want to refer to his previous book, Clean Code, which was also a phenomenal book.
The book was published on 1998 and has been sold more than 10 million copies.
“Who Moved My Cheese” is a story of four characters, Sniff (mouse), Scurry (mouse), Hem (littlepeople), and Haw (littlepeople). It’s about them looking for cheese (accomplishments, goal, or dream) in a maze (society they live in).
The book is a short story, which shows us a way on how to adapt to changes and where we are in our current situation as well as to learn to detect changes around us and make a quick decision and act on it.