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Technical Books read in 2020

This annual post is one of my favorites. In last years post I mentioned that the number of technical books I read had dropped from seven in 2018 to three in 2019. For 2020 that number is zero. Since turning pro, it is the first year in which I have […]

Technical Books read in 2019

GitHub for Dummies by Sarah Guthals & Phil Haack Hands down the most enjoyable technical book I read this year. I understand some developers turn their noses up at the thought of reading a Dummies book. However once I saw that Phil Haack had with Sarah Guthals written a book […]

Technical Books read in 2018

Books on Progressive Web Apps, JavaScript frameworks, Doom, a 20 year old classic and a developer life manual. Here are the technical books I read this year.  Building Progressive Web Apps Following my attendance at NDC 2018 I wanted to find out more about Progressive Web Apps (PWA) so I started […]

Technical Books read in 2017

Looking back at the technical books I had read in 2017, the biggest surprise is that I didn’t read any books on Oracle which I think is the longest time I have spent between Oracle books. This hiatus will not last long into 2018 because of the imminent launch of Pete […]