Books and Courses
My wallet fears them both

I buy a lot of books and online courses. Despite reading ~100 books a year I have a huge backlog to work through that just keeps growing. Each week I'll focus on clearing off one book from my non-fiction backlog and discussing interesting points from other books that aren't so rapidly read.

  • Mastering Postgresql 10
  • Release It! Second Edition
  • Using SVG with CSS3 and HTML5
  • Atomic Habits
  • Disrupted
  • The Messy Middle
  • Brotopia
  • TED Talks
  • Living with the monks
  • The war of art
  • Blitzscaling
  • Think stats
  • Designing Data-intensive Applications
  • Measure what matters
  • Learning GraphQL
  • Mastery
  • Build chatbot interactions
  • HTML5 and CSS3
  • Web development with ReasonML
  • Property-Based Testing with PropEr, Erlang, and Elixir
  • Genetic Algorithms and Machine Learning for Programmers
  • Programming Ecto
  • Practical Vim
  • Programming Phoenix 1.4
  • Simplifying JavaScript
  • Modern Vim
  • Metaprogramming Elixir(re-read)
  • Designing for Scalability with Erlang/OTP: Implement Robust, Fault-Tolerant Systems
  • Practical Statistics for Data Scientists
  • Data Science from Scratch
  • Fundamentals of Deep Learning
  • CODE
  • The Elements of Computing Systems
  • Hands on Machine Learning with Scikit-Learn and TensorFlow
  • SICP
  • Book of Proof
  • The Algorithm Design Manual
  • Purely Functional Data Structures
  • The Data Warehouse ETL Toolkit
  • The Data Warehouse Toolkit
  • The Data Warehouse Lifecycle Toolkit
  • How to prove it
  • How to solve it
  • Auction Theory
  • Putting Auction Theory to work
Recent Posts
Books Book - CODE
2019/01/10

Last week my book was PostgreSQL 10 Administration Cookbook. I found a lot of great tips in it that will be useful in the future and setup a replication/backup system from the instructions in it. Cookbooks are great at giving me ideas. I tend to scan…

Book - PostgreSQL 10 Administration Cookbook

As part of an upcoming move off Heroku and onto Digital Ocean for a few of my products I want to make sure I’m more comfortable admining a few Postgres servers. I won’t be doing anything too complex I just want to be comfortable making sure back up…