Effective Java, Third Edition by Joshua Bloch
I’ve heard it said in a recent local Java user group meeting that this book should be read yearly. Looks like this book is a permanent resident on my list.
Bookmark: page 203
The DevOps Handbook by Gene Kim, et al.
I’ve listened to the Audible recording of this at least twice on my commute last year. I have since purchased the book and am reading through it. I have also listened to the audiobook companion novel The Phoenix Project. It is a must.
Bookmark: page 77
Clean Code by Robert C. Martin
I recently started a book club at work and we are covering this title.
Bookmark: page 163
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix by J. K. Rolling
Harry is definitely a teenager as he is getting impatient with everyone around him. He ego has grown thinking he has done more than survive his past encounters.
Bookmark: page 160
What I’ve Recently Read
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire by J. K. Rolling
This seems to be a pivotal book in the series. It is slow going at the beginning but it really picks up in the last few chapters.