Category Archives: Resources

Pointers to materials having value for learning or reference.

Scott Rosenberg’s Dreaming in Code [book pointer]

Scott Rosenberg‘s Dreaming in Code is the best journalistic portrayal of software development that I’ve ever read. The romantic cliché of the lone introverted genius shaping masterpieces through many midnights of unfathomable incantations is mercifully absent. Rosenberg follows the Open … Continue reading

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Kent’s Data and Reality [book pointer]

Let me kick off this blog by pointing to William Kent’s classic book Data and Reality. Lots of books will teach you how to process data with particular technologies, but Kent’s book goes deeper. He shows in chapter after chapter … Continue reading

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