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Software Architecture Fundamentals Part 1

Software Architecture Fundamentals Part 1

Understanding the Basics

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On Aug 4, 2014 Andreas von Linden wrote: Software Architecture Fundamentals Part 1: Understanding the Basics by Neal Ford and Mark Richards, O’Reilly Media
These Chapters are an excellent introduction in the role of a Software Architect. Full Review >

Agile Software Architecture

Agile Software Architecture

Aligning Agile Processes and Software Architectures

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On Mar 17, 2014 Andreas von Linden wrote:
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Neal Ford on Agile Engineering Practices

Neal Ford on Agile Engineering Practices

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On Jan 15, 2014 Andreas von Linden wrote:
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Cultivate Conference 2013: Complete Video Compilation

Cultivate Conference 2013: Complete Video Compilation

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On Dec 12, 2013 Andreas von Linden wrote:
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Understanding and Using C Pointers

Understanding and Using C Pointers

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On Nov 4, 2013 Andreas von Linden wrote:
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Practical Anonymity

Practical Anonymity

Hiding in Plain Sight Online

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On Sep 11, 2013 Andreas von Linden wrote: Practical Anonymity by Peter Loshin, Syngress
The content of the book can be best described with the following statement from the author: „The subject of this book: how to connect to the Internet with the confidence that someone listening in to your connection won't be able to figure out what you are doing (or at least… Full Review >

Interviewing Users

Interviewing Users

How to Uncover Compelling Insights

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On Aug 24, 2013 Andreas von Linden wrote: Interviewing Users by Steve Portigal, Rosenfeld Media
Steve Portigal is the founder of Portigal Consulting. Over the course of his career, he has interviewed hundreds of people, including families eating breakfast, hotel maintenance staff, architects, rock musicians, home-automation enthusiasts, credit-default swap traders, and radiologists.He is fascinated by the stuff of a culture – its products, companies, consumers,… Full Review >

MongoDB Applied Design Patterns

MongoDB Applied Design Patterns

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On Jun 16, 2013 Andreas von Linden wrote:
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Windows 8 Hacks

Windows 8 Hacks

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On Feb 11, 2013 Andreas von Linden wrote: Great Book for Windows 8 Users
Preston Gralla is the author of more than 30 books (including Windows XP Hacks, Windows XP Cookbook and Big Book of Windows Hacks). He has written technology articles for many national newspapers and magazines.The title of the book might be misleading. It's more about tweaking Windows and doesn't have to… Full Review >

Building Web, Cloud, and Mobile Solutions with F#

Building Web, Cloud, and Mobile Solutions with F#

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On Jan 5, 2013 Andreas von Linden wrote: "Web, Cloud, & Mobile Solutions with F#” by Daniel Mohl; O’Reilly Media
Daniel Mohl is a Microsoft F# MVP, F# and C# Insider. The Book is really well written and short.It covers all the hot topics (Web, Cloud and Mobile development) on only 175 pages. What i really like is that Daniel has links to websites with further information for specific topics… Full Review >

Shipping Greatness

Shipping Greatness

Practical lessons on building and launching outstanding software, learned on the job at Google and Amazon

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On Nov 28, 2012 Andreas von Linden wrote:
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Think Like a Programmer

Think Like a Programmer

An Introduction to Creative Problem Solving

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On Sep 7, 2012 Andreas von Linden wrote: “Think Like a Programmer” by V. Anton Spraul; No Starch Press
V. Anton Spraul is an experienced computer science teacher and has taught introductory programming and computer science for more than 15 years. The goal of this book is to teach you the creative Part of programming. It’s target audience are clearly beginners who “struggle to write programs, even though you… Full Review >

Team Geek

Team Geek

A Software Developer's Guide to Working Well with Others

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On Jul 31, 2012 Andreas von Linden wrote: “Team Geek” by Brian W. Fitzpatrick and Ben Collins-Sussman; O’Reilly Media;
Brian Fitzpatrick leads Google’s Data Liberation Front and Transparency Engineering teams.Ben Collins-Sussman is one of the founding developers of SVN and now manages the engeneering team for the Google Affiliate Network. Both have a lot of experience with Open Source Projects. The Book has a clearly defined goal – to… Full Review >

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