Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams

First things first, this is a classic book by Tom DeMarco and Timothy Lister that everyone working in the software industry must read. The third edition divides this book into 6 parts with 39 chapters and 249 pages. It is an easy book to read and follow. However, it is necessary to stop constantly to reflect on the facts and ideas presented. Also, the reading would be like a map of the industry if you had a lot of experience in the software development industry. [Read More]

Designing Data-Intensive Applications: Review

Disclaimer: Don’t read this review, go ahead and read the book, it will be much better for you. The only reason that I wrote this is for my future reference. First of all, I love to read books and I do not believe that a review should influence someone to read or not a book. However, as a researcher, one of the most important things that I learned during my years at the university was the importance to write a review of papers. [Read More]