Meaningful prokrasti kidney is still the most fun. We present nine books, which you in your IT career forward, and at the same time easy entertaining reading material to offer.
Netflix, Disney Plus and Prime are now unattractive and actually, you have a guilty Conscience, if you have your days with a series of marathon after the other to spend? Reading would be an Option, the books on your list, you’re already in and you fall on the Quick? Also you like that, anyway the books of the loved one, which you will be in the best case, what’s to learn? Then we have something here for you. Our list of featured nine book tips for Web Workers, their reading will bring your developer skills in one or the other direction, or simply an educational view of the plates provides the edge.
For a different point of view: The Design of Everyday Things
The Design of Everyday Things* is not a book about Software and its development, the Take-away message of the classic but is just for a Frontend developer and all, the Consumer-build Apps essential: on the Basis of different examples from Design and product development of the inclined reader gets a wide variety of Usability problems and ways on how these can be addressed should be identified. Also, the value of a Software will eventually be measured only in the sum of the implemented Features, but also and often primarily, how easy your users will be able to use. Clear reading recommendation for Web Developers and UX designers.
Finally Git to understand: Rebase
The most common Git Commands you know now from the back to front, more complex operations with the version of management software you leave but love to the Senior in your Team? Pascal Precht there’s obviously different. He has published in the last year, with Rebase a book in which he actually manages to explain Git-specific issues, such as, for example, cherry-picking, the Puzzle-add parts in the head. The theme of Rebase is owed, although certainly not easy to digest. In view of the above, the 200 pages are written, however, is surprisingly catchy, and easy to understand. The first Chapter you can read without obligation to purchase online test.
Anektdotisches course: Coders at Work
Coders at Work* consists of a collection of Interviews with developers of all sizes. The reading experience is reminiscent of reading Blogs or Listening to a podcast. Attentive readers can learn from the experiences and mistakes of the protagonists and the entertaining stories about, for example, development Workflows at Nasa, or about how it is to work as a developer for Google, quite a bit. Bonus: Coders at Work* it is also available in German Translation.
UX-classic: Don’t make me think
In a similar vein as The Design of Everyday Things* Don’t make me think* beats: here it comes to Usability. The subtitle of the book is “A Common Sense Approach to Web Usability”. Even twenty years after the publication of the first edition, Steve Krug, offering valuable tips and guidelines for user-friendly design and intuitive navigation guide – the strength of the book lies not in its actuality, but in the manner of the author, UX-themes, clever, and to illustrate it with an appeal to the common sense and run. If you Like the guide, can take a look at the second work of the author’s “Rocket Surgery Made Easy: The Do-IT-Yourself Guide to Finding and Fixing Usability problems”*.
The timeless Essay collection: The Mythical Man Month
The Mythical Man Month* is a collection of stories about the problems of working on Software projects. Although the book has a few years on the hump, you will be the one or the other described therein, Story in your everyday work again – even after you’ve read the book. Even if the Software outsourcing development is a field that changes so quickly, as hardly any other Profession, some things never change.
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