Tagged "books"

Efficient Meetings

In this post you will find a collection of interesting book quotes about meetings, and how to make them suck less.

Sustainable Ebook Strategy

I love reading, and I love books; and in the 21st century, reading books means, to a large degree, electronic books.

Notes About Cloud Without Compromise

I’ve been reading “Cloud Without Compromise: Hybrid Cloud for the Enterprise” by Paul Zikopoulos and Christopher Bienko.

How to Write a Programming Book

Writing a programming book is not very complicated, to be honest: it just consists of putting one word after another.

Best Books of 2013

It is that time of the year again, just like in 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 and 2007.

Best Books of 2012

Ahhh… it is that time of the year again, just like in 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008 and 2007.

Best Books of 2011

Just like in 2010, 2009, 2008 and 2007, here goes the traditional book of the year post for 2011!

Best Books of 2010

It is that time of the year again, just like in previous years.

Best Books of 2009

Every year I’m doing the same post (well, in 2006 I completely forgot to do it) that starts more or less with the same phrase: “every year I like to read at least 6 new tech books, and to learn a new programming language.

Epic Interview: A New Literary Genre in the Tech Section?

Here’s a simple recipe: Contact the most important people in some field.

Best Books of 2008

You might remember my beloved mantras: learning a new programming language and reading at least 6 relevant books every year.

Best Books of 2007

I have several mantras in my life. One of them is to learn a new programming language every year.

A Couple of Free Books

Just for the record: Producing Open Source Software Become an Xcoder Happy reading!

My Bookshelf Part III

This is the third and last part of the article “My Bookshelf”, with the list of the books that I recommend anyone in the software engineering field to read.

My Bookshelf Part II

This is the second part of the article “My Bookshelf”, with the list of the books that I recommend anyone in the software engineering field to read.

My Bookshelf Part I

Working in the IT industry means learning continuously, and keeping lots of information in your brain at once; this, in turn, means subscribing to key newsletters, reading online forums and blogs, and last but not least, reading a bunch of books and PDF papers every year.