Going to school, book advice

I’m doing a wo year course in .NET Development and there are books suggested for us to purchase.

One teacher suggested:
The Clean Coder: A Code of Conduct for Professional Programmers $35

  • Seems like “a lot of talk”… would it be good for me, as somewhat experienced programmer?

Programming teacher suggested:
• Programming C#
• C# Head First
• C# 6.0 in a Nutshell <— adviced
• C# in Depth
• CLR via C# <-- adviced
• https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/C_Sharp_Programming (This link is suggested by the teacher, not me.)


Any comments on this!? I’m not a beginner in programming. I would say I’m in the middle… experienced but still with “some potential” when it comes to knowledge!
“Head First” seems like a fun and pleasant book!

The problem with heavy books is that you never use them… but some books I’ve actually used quit much!

I’m thinking of purchasing these four books.

The “Clean Coder” book sounds interesting. Will check this out. The Head First books are good if you are a total newbie. The OO book helped me a lot. Another one was pretty fluffy.