re: What are your must-read tech books for 2018? VIEW POST


If I could only recommend one book whenever anyone asks, that book would be The Anatomy of Peace. It changed my mindset and made somethings that maybe should be obvious but aren't really clear very practical and apparent. I highly recommend it. I can change your life.

Along those same lines, I'd also recommend Crucial Conversations, The Power of Habit, One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way, and The Happiness Advantage.

I haven't read very many technical books, to be honest. Clean Code is really good, but between school and work, I don't really want to spend more time reading technical things than I already do. That should change when I graduate, though. Even still, I'm hoping to dive into Clean Architecture this year.


Wow, that are some fascinating and refreshing books. Thank you! ✌️

Clean Code & Clean Architecture seem to be some classics, since they are recommended a lot. Gotta give it go then! 😊


I've read all "Clean" series by Uncle Bob.
Clean Architecture has been mostly challenging due to having so many acronyms thrown here and there.

CodingBlocks guys has covered the almost entired book in their series of podcast episodes.

CodingBlocks Clean Archiectecture tag

It's easier to understand those eps if you had skimmed through the book

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