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Name the last book you read.

mendoza profile image David Mendoza (He/Him) ・1 min read

The last book I read was:
discrete mathematics johnsonbaugh 6th editon.

jokes aside, last book a read complete was "Perks of being a wallflower"
I loved it...

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Youssef Rabei

I'm currently reading mathematics and physics for programmers the second edition by John P. Flent and Danny kodicek.
It's a big 600+ page book but what I read so far is amazing.
Now I can make a program that solve my homework 😂

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

hahahahaha that's awesome all the math and physics i had on my college where for all the engineerings so i never saw something like that, i will take a look at it

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Josué Rodríguez

The last book I read was "Google's ZMOT Handbook", it was pretty interesting and I believe it's worth giving it a read! (It is short also, I read it in a day). Now I want to read "The Wonderful Wizard of Oz" by Frank Baum.

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

Nice, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz is a good book, atleast the part I read hahaha (I get bored fast and almost never finish books)
I will look up Google's ZMOT Handbook

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claudia donea

I had a cold, was paranoid is covid so I read "Chicken soup for the soul" to cheer me up. Worked!

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Josué Rodríguez

Well that name got my attention 😂😂

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

My GF says thats an awesome book <3 hope you got better

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Dian Fay

Sartre's Nausea. I've had a copy kicking around for years but it never made it to the top of the list until now.

Right now I'm reading Florian Cramer's Words Made Flesh, a "cultural history of imaginative computation".

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

Nausea sound really heavy hahaha I hope you enjoyed it

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Dian Fay

I did! It's dense but short so it never becomes a chore, and while existentialism's heyday has come and gone it's not wholly irrelevant either.

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Rob Kendal {{☕}}

I've been a fan of Paul Anthony Jones following on from his Extinction Point series, but his recent trilogy is This Alien Earth and I've just stormed through the two that are published. Very sci-fi oriented, but I found them hugely compelling.

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SJellen

It was either Berlin Game or The Quiet American.

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

never heard of them, are they great?

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SJellen

The Quiet American is great.
The Berlin game is the first in a trilogy so it’s a lot of setup.

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

Great I like sequels, did you ever read LTOR

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SJellen

Do you mean LoTR? I tried reading the hobbit as a kid but go side tracked. I'm not a fantasy fan. It really comes down to that in the time I can struggle to finish one book, I can read four books I'm into. The times that Ive fallen out of love with reading were the times I was forcing a book.

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

Hahahaha yes LOTR (I had a brain fart)
Ohhh so you need to force so you like it?

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Carlos Balbuena

Submarine and daisy jones and the six

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

never heard of them but they look nice, I hope they are great

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Michel

"A Book of American Martyrs" by Joyce Carol Oates

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

damn, never heard of it, but i looked it up and damn thats heavy

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Jasmine Mirabueno

Mine was Wonder by RJ Palacio. I enjoyed reading that book. 👌

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

ohh thats great, never read it but I have heard of it

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Ben Calder

"Automated Alice" by Jeff Noon. Sadly nowhere near as good as Vurt or Pollen.

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

that kind of books remind me of Isaac Asimov and I Robot, loved that book and the movie

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codebogota2020

saludos, actualmente estoy leyendo LOS ROBOT NO TIENEN A DIOS EN EL CORAZON de arthur phillips

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David Mendoza (He/Him) Author

Me encanta el nombre, de que se trata suena interesante

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