Ten of the best books from the Deathray Research bibliography. Guaranteed to make you smarter about software engineering and the world. Inspired by the book, "This Will Make You Smarter", and my teenage son, who said today “All books are self-help books”. Couldn’t agree more.
Visual studio 2012 is in the RC stage and I am exploring it intensely. Visual Studio 2012 is, without a doubt, an excellent editor. It is much more mature and comes with lots of features. Telerik – A well know in third party controls vendor released a free eBook on Visual Studio 2012 and ASP.NET 4.5. You can find lots of time-saving features documented in this eBook.
Last month around the time of PyCon USA 2012, Matt Harrison sent me a copy of his newest book, Guide to: Learning Iteration and Generators in Python. I’ve been wanting to learn more about generators anyway, so I thought this was pretty fortuitous. We’ll take a quick look at the good and the bad after the jump.
Lot of the concepts explained in the book are put forth as science, but I don't agree. A lot still depends on the individual, they can be stated as guidelines but not something as concrete as Newtons Laws of Motion.