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Many free and useful AWS official Dev and User guides!

Many official and free Amazon Web Services User and Developer Guides are available at kindle store at Super easy to get it and start reading with 1-click: My Kindle library is now filled with all these good and useful references. I can find and search them easily. e.g. I need to install Cilium […]

50 drops of PHP

“50 drops of PHP” is an open-source e-book, that you can download it for free here: . This book collects 50 useful, unknown, underrated PHP functions or stuff discovered, used, learned during the PHP daily use. Using frameworks daily, sometimes the perception of the power of the language and of the basic functionalities provided […]

Software books!

There goes a list with every book I’ve read about coding. I truly recommend all of them! Clean Code – Robert C. Martin The Pragmatic Programmer – Andy Hunt Design Patterns – Erich Gamma Inteligencia Artificial: Un enfoque moderno – Stuart Russell Designing Software Architectures – Humberto Cervantes Clean Architecture – Robert C. Martin Pragmatic […]

18 Book Recommendations from the HackerNoon Team

In this post, the HackerNoon staff and blogging fellows talk about some books they’ve been reading recently, as well as some of their favorite authors. Read the full story Source: Hackernoon

Java Performance – 3 – A java Performance Toolbox

Recap This article is part 4 for the series Java Performance that summarize the java performance book by Scot Oaks In the previous chapter we have discussed performance testing methods. We have mentioned the difference between Micorbenchmarks, Macrobenchmarks and Mesobecnhmars. We have also talked about the responsetime, throughput and variability. In this chapter we are […]

Why Programs Fail โ€“ a Book Review

First in a long series of book reviews focusing on production, debugging and developer relations. When I got my new job as developer advocate at Lightrun, one of the first things I asked for was books. Lots of books. Some of them cover my new job and others talk about debugging. Iโ€™ve been debugging for […]

What's the best online coding platform? Here's an encyclopedic resource that shows you over 100 options!

Codecademy or freeCodeCamp? Udemy or Coursera? Wes Bos or Andrei Neagoie? Choices, choices. If you’ve ever wondered about some of these online coding platforms, but don’t know where to start, check out the #1 new release The Encyclopedia of Online Coding Platforms. This is my new book that is FREE through Kindle Unlimited. It’s also […]

Book review "Mastering Perl"

Mastering Perl is a book from brian d foy If you like this post, read my other Perl books reviews ๐Ÿ˜€ Becoming a Perl master This is a good paragraph title because this is what this book is about, to make you a better programmer and particularly a better Perl programmer. The goal is even […]

Announcement: Book release!!

As the title says: Inspired by my series of Flask posts, I decided to structure them more, add a lot of details regarding the deployment process, and, as a result, I have just released my first book: Source: DEV Community

Java Performance – Chapter 1

Recap In the previous article, we demonstrated that we are going to discuss the great book Java Performance 2nd Edition by Scott Oaks. In this article we are goind to summarize the first book chapter, Chapter 1: Introduction. Please note that many senteces have been quoted from the book itself. While you are reading this […]

Let's Read โ€“ Eloquent Ruby โ€“ Ch 5

Perhaps my personal favorite recommendation for learning to program Ruby like a Rubyist, Eloquent Ruby is a book I recommend frequently to this day. That said, it was released in 2011 and things have changed a bit since then. This series will focus on reading over Eloquent Ruby, noting things that may have changed or […]

Best Machine Learning Books in 2021

Machine learning is probably the most blazing subject of 2021. It is basically a part of AI (Artificial Intelligence) that gives any machine the capacity to settle on choices with no human intercession or express programming. Machine learning calculations are worked by gathering gigantic measures of information from different sources and building a smart framework […]

Science, Strategy and War: The Strategic Theory of John Boyd by Frans Osinga

If you are a regular reader of my blog, you probably remember that I started to study Boyd’s thoughts a couple of months ago. It all started with a book recommendation from Ryan Holiday about Boyd: The Fighter Pilot Who Changed the Art of War. Since then I posted about the OODA loop, the main […]

Cutting Floor Interview

When I spend time on something, like an interview, I like to know that it was actually published somewhere. Below is an interview that I completed for a hosting company that apparently now is missing in action. It covers how I got into web development, upcoming projects, web security, work flow, writing books, WordPress, and […]

10 Best Java Books for Beginner and Intermediate Developers

Disclosure: This post includes affiliate links; I may receive compensation if you purchase products or services from the different links provided in this article. Hello devs, If you are a Java programmer and are wondering what to read to improve your knowledge of Java or become a better Java developer, then you have come to […]

Why I like Software Engineering ๐Ÿงก

This article was originally published on my newsletter last week. I publish previous week’s newsletter here on the blog. If you want to read these as soon as they are published, sign up for the newsletter! Ahoy, I have been working as a software engineer over eight years now. This week I stopped to think […]

The Beginning of Infinity by David Deutsch

This is not going to be like my regular book reviews. It cannot be. It was so long… It took me so much time. I’m reading almost every day after I wake up and before I go to bed. Okay, I was on vacation while I had this book in the queue where I didn’t […]

My favorite books a designer should read

Some of these are design books but many will make you a better designer without being about design at all. Source: Hey, designer!

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