Category Archives: Learning Materials

News about new books, book reviews, video lectures etc

Head First Software Development completed!

Another example of the book proving that software books can be fun! Head First series books are usualy easy to read and thats what makes them most valuable for me. I have read a few of them, since I started learning how to program, and I was never disappointed, I think I have read HF […]

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Mythical Man Month On My Bookshelf

I was reading so often about this one on the net and in other books that it was on top of my reading list quite a long time. I had no idea what to expect from this book and I haven’t found there anything what recently I like the most, like tips on software development, […]

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Code Complete on my bookshelf

Another Amazon’s 5 star rating book on my bookshelf. I have just finished this huge, over 800 pages, heavy as hell book. Well, in my opinion, it could be less than 300 or maybe even 200 pages, as most of it is so obvious that I just couldn’t belive someone has written book about it, […]

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Kris on Joel

Another fantastic? book on my bookshelf – “Joel on Software: And on Diverse and Occasionally Related Matters That Will Prove of Interest to Software Developers, Designers, and Managers, and to Those Who, Whether by Good Fortune or Ill Luck, Work with Them in Some Capacity” by J.Sposlky. Well, I’m still not sure why this book […]

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My Bookshelf!

Starting from now on I have decided to add to my blog entries of the books read by me recently. First one is probably the thinnest and nicest to read ever. If you are interested in developing your programming skills beyond java, how things are in your neighbourhood, go ahead and read ‘Beyond Java’ by […]

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A Perfect book for a desert island!

Although not very popular on my university, and actually, I would say the book which puts myself off reading as it’s very difficult I think I have found a perfect book for the desert island. Of course this book must be about programming and must last for many years to read. I’m telling you all […]

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