A Devil's Dozen
"If you only have time to read one book---make time to read two." Here's a devil's dozen to keep you occupied at the cottage this summer...
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- Project Management
- Berkun's The Art of Project Management and Stellman and Greene's Applied Software Project Management.
- Doar's Practical Development Environments, Feathers' Working Effectively with Legacy Code, and Fogel's Producing Open Source Software.
- Future Big Ideas
- Oakley's Monad and Zeller's Why Programs Fail.
- General Non-Fiction
- Armstrong's The Battle for God, Beinart's The Good Fight, Hochschild's Bury the Chains, Weiner's Time, Love, Memory, Whitfield's Life Along the Silk Road, and Zamoyski's cynical, yet entertaining, Holy Madness.
- Bishop's The Etched City, Furst's The Polish Officer, McDonald's The Broken Land, Mitchell's Cloud Atlas, and Willis's Bellwether.