A very useful book for any .NET programmer; educates on the value of software architecture and guides implementation of useful patterns to ensure a successful application.
A review of a David Allen’s follow-up book to his Getting Things Done.
A review of one of the first books to cover the new HTML5 standard: HTML5 for Web Designers, from A Book Apart.
A helpful book on reviewing and updating existing projects to streamline the development process.
This book is deceptively slim, yet it provides a clear and broad introduction to the Ruby language.
I’ve gotten started using NHibernate thanks to what is likely the definitive book on the subject. It’s a complex subject, but the book helps clear the initial hurdles.
David Allen wrote a book that had a big impact on productivity, and it has been received as such. I’ve read it and learned the benefits of the system, and have started towards practicing GTD myself. Here’s my take on the book that started the process.
Jeffrey Zeldman has done it again in his latest book about building websites with standards and modern technologies.
This book presents a grab bag of practices and techniques for boosting your programming productivity, regardless of language and platform.
Designing the Moment sets the reader on the road towards better user experiences in common scenarios on the web. This is achieved through the use of casual writing and real-world examples.