Move Fast - How Facebook Builds Software: My Book Review
tl;dr: Gergely recommends this book to all engineering managers. It showcases what FB thought made a successful engineering culture and discusses the conflict between "move fast" web engineers and "we can't move fast" mobile engineers. 3 processes stand out as unique to this day - keeping engineers motivated, the FB bootcamp, and code winning arguments.
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Book Review: A Philosophy Of Software Design
tl;dr: Based on a recent discussion to stop recommending the book Clean Code, the author answers the question - what should we recommend instead? He considers A Philosophy of Software Design by John Ousterhout to be the answers and outlines why, in this post.
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My Staff Software Engineering Reading List
tl;dr: "While the books in this list have been useful for me as an engineering leader, anybody at any level can get a lot out of them."
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Recommended Engineering Management Books
tl;dr: As Caitie stepped into a manager role for the first time, several friends, coaches, and mentors recommended some great books to help along the journey, listed here.
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20 Books That All Leaders Should Read In 2020
tl;dr: "The major themes: problem-solving, relationships, rhythms of work and life, identity, and happiness."
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The 25 Most Recommended Programming Books Of All-time
Pierre de Wulf
tl;dr: Pierre found the many programmer book recommendation lists online and compiled them into one to identify the common recommendations.
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Tech Books I Will Read Again
tl;dr: Includes Object Oriented Design Heuristics, The Pragmatic Programmer, Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile Software Craftsmanship and more.
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Engineering Management Books
tl;dr: Organized into books Jamison loved and highly recommended books he didn't.
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