The Career Programmer: Guerilla Tactics for an Imperfect World, Second Edition (Expert's Voice) (Paperback)
Stumbled across this book in the IT section of Barnes & Noble. (The nebulous section that doesn't relate to any particular programming language, or platform, but where all the other books go, like Algorithms, and Code Complete.) I'm about 40 pages in, and enjoying it immensely. The main focus of the book is that it's often difficult to program in an environment that doesn't understand IT, and it intends to present ways to work around that and still get things done on time.
So far, it isn't anything I haven't read before, but presented in an intelligent and conversational manner. I hope it pans out with some new techniques, because I plan to give it to my boss to read. <grin>