Book Review: NetSuite for Consultants: A handbook for ERP and CRM consultants to implement NetSuite 2021 quickly and easily
I would buy Peter Ries’ book if given the opportunity or give it to new members of my team. I think there are a lot of things to learn about NetSuite and Peter is a great writer.
Book Review: The Software Architect Elevator
This year for Christmas I was really blessed to receive The Software Architect Elevator book from a family member. Gregor Hohpe has done such an incredible job putting incredibly technical details into a really easy to follow book.
Book Review: Magento Site Performance Optimization
Magento Site Performance Optimization by Mathieu Nayrolles is a handy little primer on the basics of optimizing a server for magento. This little gem covers the basics, doesn’t spend a lot of time on fluff, and moves quickly into optimizing MySQL and covers the basics of using two mysql instances (through replication) one for writing […]
Book Review: Clean Code a Handbook of Software Craftsmanship
I first heard of “Uncle” Bob Martin on twitter, a few of the people I was following were discussing how amazing the book Clean Code was and how they would love if some of the other developers they worked with used some of the techniques. “Uncle” Bob Martin wrote Clean Code: A Handbook of Agile […]
Coders at Work: Reflections on the Craft of Programming
Coders at Work written by Peter Seibel is a fantastic book of interviews of fifteen very famous programmers. Audience of the book is clearly programmers with experience programming as the book can at times get fairly rich with technical details about compilers, IDE’s, etc.
Book Review: jQuery in Action
Book Review: Code Craft
“Code Craft” (ISBN: 1-59327-119-0) was written by Pete Goodliffe. The book is relevant to all developers: code is very language agnostic. Code Craft doesn’t just cover the design of the program, but also includes quite a bit of content on the process the program goes through “in the trenches.” The book does include some minor […]