Books I’ve recently read

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Below is a collection of books I’ve been recently reading. I’m always trying to read one prose style book for nighttime reading while I read one technical style book while I’m fresher during the day. I believe in the “Read to Lead” motto and I’m always looking to improve the management side and technical side.  I just passed 150 technology related books from the kindle store so far, meaning I should start investing in Amazon Stock :/

 

My current weapon of choice is the Kobo Aura H20. It’s actually a dream to read on, given it’s slightly larger in screen size vs the paperwhite.

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Prose style reads.

Management, self improvement, technology startup stories, biographies.

 

How Google Works

Five Disfunctions of a Team

Five Disfunctions of a Team

Death by Meeting

Death by Meeting

The Lean Startup

The Lean Startup

The Everything Store – Amazon

Hatching Twitter

Hatching Twitter

Release It!

Release It!

 

Scaling up Excellence

The Phoenix Project

The Phoenix Project

The Visible Ops Handbook

 

The Code Book

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Lean Enterprise

Samples of Technical Books

GoLang Programming

GoLang Programming

Mastering Apache Cassandra

Apache Kafka

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Building MicroServices

 

Designing Data-Intensive Applications

Designing Data-Intensive Applications

Enterprise Integration Patterns

Enterprise Integration Patterns

Samples of Personal Books

3 Body Problem

3 Body Problem

The Martian

 

Red Mars

 

The Atlantis Gene

 

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Aurora

Ready Player One

Ready Player One


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1 Comment

  1. Hey Jim,

    re Aura H2O
    – have you tried reading technical books on a small 6″ eink device?
    – any issues with programming books on the aura h2o?

    Cheers

    Justin

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