Google’s approach to testing is fascinating – in terms of definition, roles, processes, tools.
A passionate excerpt from the “How I braved Anu Aunty and made a million-dollar company” brought out wonderful nostalgia.
Last weekend, I read Cal Newport’s latest book “So Good They Can’t Ignore You” and I’m very happy that I read it – this book will be very helpful for people who are into their career for a few years and are beginning to question many things about their career.
The world around me is unsettling. So I read Jaya, a retelling of the Mahabharata, and tried to draw lessons from it.
I was struggling with focus in the past week, and I needed a refresher of the basics. So I was looking for reading a new book that I haven’t read before, and luckily there was a free one – the Focus Manifesto by Leo Babauta of ZenHabits.com fame
I’ve been reading “Coders at Work” book, on and off, and it is a good read for coders who want to learn how their heroes think and approach programming.
I just read an amazing book called “Start-up Nation” that talks about how Israel grew its economy 50 times in the past 60 years by a combination of government, army, entrepreneurism and culture.
The Passionate Programmer book by Chad Fowler is a must-read career book for every software developer. In this article, I show why.
How I switched from simple time tracking to using the Pomodoro technique by reading this excellent book.
I recently read the book The Checklist Manifesto by Atul Gawande. It is about how the simple idea of checklists transformed the medical, aeronautical and architecture industries. And it could change yours too.