Can you recommend me a good many-body physics book with emphasis on numerical implementations? There are quite few good theoretical books in many body nowadays - Abrikosov, Gorkov, Dzyaloshinskii; Mahan; Coleman ... But I never stumbled upon a book that covers the same matter but with some programming algorithms and maybe some code.
I work in python and I can get along in C++. It would be nice if the book contained not only "the standard numerical algorithms" like DFT, but also some details about the problems (and their solutions) which often pop up in many body calculations - for instance when calculating specific Feynman diagrams.