Bookshelf

I enjoy reading books and always curious what others are reading. I thought I’d share my bookshelf here. Some of the books here I started but never finished. The books that I especially liked are marked bold. The list is in no particular order.

2020

  • Production-Ready Microservices - A good book that goes over the typical problems that engineering teams start to face when they switch from monolith to microservice architecture.
  • UNIX: A History and a Memoir - One of the best books I’ve read on the history of Bell Labs and Unix. The storytelling is so compelling and Brian Kernighan is an incredible writer.
  • Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin - The story of one of the Founding Fathers of the independent America. A self-made man and an incredible thinker.
  • Invested - Good book but mostly for people who are very new to investing in stocks.

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