End of last year I finally managed to start reading more often again. It also helps when you read engaging books since you can’t put them down. From the selection I read, three books stand out. Three AI related books, where they are close on the topics they discuss, especially two of them. By reading … Continue reading Recent Must Read AI Books
For the past couple of months I’ve been reading The Tangled Web: A Guide to Securing Modern Web Applications by Michael Zalewski. The book was published by no starch press and they were kind enough to provide me a copy for review. I enjoy reading about topics outside my main field and interests. It’s a … Continue reading Book review: The Tangled Web
Disclaimer: No Starch Press provided me a free copy for review. Ruby is a programming language that I always liked and somehow prefer it to Python. I used Ruby for some prototyping but when you have Common Lisp, it becomes hard to use any other language. When No Starch Press offered me the opportunity to … Continue reading Some thoughts on The Book of Ruby
Some weeks ago I was contacted by No Starch Press asking if I would like to review one of their latest books: Learn You a Haskell for Great Good! by Miran Lipovača. I accepted it because I was already interested in reading the book and it would be the perfect opportunity to learn Haskell more … Continue reading Review: Learn You a Haskell for Great Good!
I finished reading Land of Lisp (LoL) from cover to cover some days ago. I bought the print+pdf pack the day it was released, because I simply couldn’t resist. The video and the comic available on the website convinced me that, even if it was the worst book in the world (which it obviously isn’t), … Continue reading The Lisp Alien arrived: a “Land of Lisp” review/opinion