Good books in 2020
Recommended Books in 2019
This year I continued my odd quest to read a lot of books and ended up reading more than last year.
I read books using the Kindle ecosystem; having such quick access to books has changed my reading life and increased the quantity and quality of books I read each year.
I used to think that self-help books were complete garbage.
As 2015 started I made a goal to read 50 books by the end of the year.
Short funny book in the style of McSweeneys Internet Tendency
The Computer Industry, and specifically Software Development, is not a nostalgic profession; we regularly rebuild entire cities ignoring the lessons of past builders because the types of bricks have changed.
I am honored to announce that a chapter I wrote has been published in a book.
I have a simple algorithm for picking books: I buy until my wife tells me I have to sleep outside I try to read books that take a practical and interesting approach.
Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering by Robert L. Glass is a fascinating little change of pace that I just finished reading.