While catching up on my reading backlog, I particularly enjoyed reading two new books I bought recently which I’m going to briefly discuss in this blog post. 1. CoffeeScript - ...Read more ...
Book Review – Driving Technical Change: Why People on Your Team Don't Act on Good Ideas, and How to Convince Them They ShouldFebruary 25, 2011
I already finished “Driving Technical Change” a few weeks ago, but I got so caught up with other stuff that I almost forgot to actually sit down and write a review for it. I wa...Read more ...
After having listened to the recording of a speech by Daniel Pink, I quickly decided to purchase the audio version of A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future. ...Read more ...
Having this book on my shelf for quite some time now, I finally decided to to make my way through reading Facts and Fallacies of Software Engineering written by Robert L. Glass....Read more ...
After hearing about this book in an interview with Mary and Tom Poppendieck, I decided to immediately purchase the audio version on Audible and listen to it during my daily comm...Read more ...
Yesterday, I finished listening to the 4-Hour Workweek and I really liked it. That's right, I said 'listening' because I have the audio version of the book. While the title do...Read more ...
I just finished reading Release It!. I know that Ayende is really fond of this book, and I can't blame him. Like most books I've read over the last couple of years, this book i...Read more ...
I already had this book lying around on my desk for about 2 years now. Boy, am I a douche bag for no reading it sooner. I welcome this book into my personal hall of fame. The f...Read more ...
Like Karl Seguin's most excellent book about the Foundations of the Programming (which is highly recommended), this book covers the basics that each programmer should live and b...Read more ...
This is THE book on Active Directory and LDAP programming in .NET. Why? Because it's the only book that covers System.DirectoryServices. This book contains a lot of tips & ...Read more ...
Good code should read like a good book. Combine these two and you get a book like Beautiful Code: Leading Programmers Explain How They Think. I've had it on my wishlist for a wh...Read more ...
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