Books and Papers I read in 2014

Well, here’s a list of books and papers I read in 2014:

  • Are your lights on?
  • Pitching bible
  • Mixu’s Node book
  • RabbitMQ in Action
  • The Lean Entrepreneur
  • The Lean UX
  • The Lean Analytics
  • O’Reilly’s Graph database
  • SQL performance explained
  • The Cathedral and the bazaar
  • Frenetic: A Network Programming Language
  • HoneyBadger’s guide to machine learning
  • Things computer scientists don’t talk about
  • Mastering Node
  • Kanban and Scrum making the most of both
  • Scalable and Modular Architecture for CSS
  • Java Security Model and Bytecode Verification
  • Unix Shell in Ruby
  • Advanced Git Tutorial
  • Growth hacking handbook
  • Git Community Book
  • Git from the bottom up
  • Pragmatic Version Control Using Git
  • 50 Guerrilla Marketing tactics you should be using
  • 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know
  • Thinking functionally in Ruby
  • Scalable networking
  • What Matters Now
  • Misunderstandings about state machines
  • Valve – Handbook for new employees
  • Mostly-Unsupervised Statistical Segmentation of Japanese Kanji Sequences
  • Static Aanalysis for Ruby in the presence of gradual typing
  • Where Stellar Messages Come From
  • Formatting and the Essentials of Web Writing

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