Book Reviews

Book Review: Driving Technical Change

Driving Technical Change by Terrence Ryan My rating: 4 of 5 stars This book takes a look at the different types of people that you can encounter when attempting to bring in to your organisation a new tool or methods and the different strategies for bringing them on-side. I can definitely see all those types […]

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Book Review: Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software

CODE By Charles Petzold Publisher: Microsoft Press Ebook: November 2009 ISBN 13:9780735611313 Pages: 400 This is a fascinating book. This is not your normal how do computers work type of book. It gets down and dirty with the fundamentals of gates and flip flops and all that good stuff, even getting in to some assembler […]

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Book Review: Software Requirements, 3rd Edition

Software Requirements 3rd Edition By Karl E Wiegers, Joy Beatty Publisher: Microsoft Press Publication Date: 25 August 2013 ISBN-10: 0735679665 ISBN-13: 978-0735679665 I have to admit, it has took me close to 12 months to read this book from cover to cover (I had the pre-release edition from O’Reilly which is why I could start reading it before […]


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Book Review: Cooking for Geeks

I’m a Geek and I do like cooking, even though my wife doesn’t like me going anywhere near the kitchen. When I saw the book Cooking for Geeks, I have to admit to wondering what this could include. Surely this must be a book of Pizza recipes and how to make the best coffee? Indeed […]

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