Hello. Recently I wrote a post at another website about books I read. I see that some of you might like browsing the list:
Thanks for sharing @Prasad_Saya! That’s quite a comprehensive list.
Would love to know which books are you reading for the topics Refactoring and Clean Code?
Thanks for reading my post. Those books are by Kent Beck and Robert Martin, respectively. Those two topics are part of good programming practices.
Wow! An AMAZING list! It’s always so interesting to see what sorts of things inspire people, especially across a varied scope of fiction, non-fiction, and poetry.
You’re inspiring me to make more time for reading this year. My own similar list would be pitifully short atm.
You are scratching a nerv here. Time to just read and relax is best for charging my battery. Think of complete non tech stuff and suddenly ideas just fly in… So why do I sit at my desk at 8 pm?? I’ll grab the book I am reading and close the day. Thanks for the reminder
@Prasad_Saya an amazing list!
Thinking about it, I read most of the books after dinner. Read one chapter a day (I am a reader). That way I have a chance to absorb what I am reading. It also allows me re-visit a random chapter in any book at anytime (I do pick a book from my shelf randomly and read a few paragraphs once in a while).
But, there were times I read early in the morning before starting my day
When my work upgraded to 6.0 this book was a great help! Mastering MongoDB 6.x: Expert techniques to run high-volume and fault-tolerant database solutions using MongoDB 6.x, 3rd Edition https://a.co/d/5dbyETt
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