If you have noticed the cover image for this post, you might ask what it has to do with books? Well, because I have included the autobiography of Edward Snowden titled Permanent Record. After listening to his last interview on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, I decided to include it in the list books for this October 2020. If you haven’t already listened to the podcast, go check it out on YouTube, lots of eye-opening stuff.
Moving from the surveillance stuff, we have Continuous Delivery, lots of useful techniques for those who want to deploy, and sleep tight. Then from code deployment to mastering the editor for code creation which brings us to Visual Studio Code, covering end-to-end editing, and debugging tools.
Outside the code, I added The 4-Hour Workweek, a book on productivity, which is one with the highest ratings on Amazon. And Universal Principles of Design, it’s a comprehensive, cross-disciplinary encyclopedia of design.
If you haven’t seen the book recommendations for the previous month, go check it out here.
If you have already read any of these books, let us know in the comments your opinion.
1. Permanent Record
2. Continuous Delivery
3. Visual Studio Code
4. Universal Principles of Design
5. The 4-Hour Workweek
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