Category: Books

Jun 05 2016

Book Review: Practices of an Agile Developer

I’ve just finished reading “Practices of an Agile Developer” by┬áVenkat Subramaniam and Andy Hunt. My overall impression of the book is good. I don’t believe I was the target audience the authors had in mind but it would certainly serve well as part of an “Introduction to Agile” reading list. The layout of the book …

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Oct 23 2014

Book Review: Pragmatic Guide to Subversion

Pragmatic Guide to Subversion by Mike Mason My rating: 4 of 5 stars If you are new to Subversion this is a decent read discussing the main ways you will use the repository and most likely the tools you’ll be using to do so. If you’ve been using Subversion for a while it can be …

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Jul 02 2012

Android Development using the CommonsWare library

There has been talk recently about some Android work coming down the pipeline in the office, so in a bid to ensure I get on to an interesting project I’ve started to learn more about Android development. When I have the time to actually sit down and learn something (rather than “we need this working …

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Apr 02 2011

Reading List

I’ve decided to get organised about my reading, the technical books have been piling up as I keep buying a new one before I start/finish the last one. I’m not kidding about the pile either, currently it’s 19 books high, if I’m lucky I’ll get through it this year. As part of my motivation and …

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