Here is a collection of books I have read
Designing Data Intense Applications Book Cover
A fairly large book about working with large databases. The book mainly focuses on relational databases and methods of scaling them. Definitely a must read for working with large databases.
An intriguing biography about Jesse Livermore, a stock trader who made millions in the early 1900s. He is considered the founding father of daytrading.
Reminicense of a Stock Operator
Billion Dollar Whale
An exciting story about one of the biggest financial crimes in history. Feuturing famous celebreties such as Paris Hilton and Leonardo Dicaprio.
Great book on how to be a better programmer. Filled with helpful tips and tricks to increase your productivity as an individual developer and efficiency as a team member.
Pragmatic Programmer
Pragmatic Programmer
A Rust language book that addresses some of the more advanced nuances of the language. If you feel like you're reaching master level in Rust, this is a wonderful book to push you to the next level.
An intriguing popular science book that tells about the creation of the Electronic Numerical Integrator and Computer, or ENIAC... also coined as the world's first computer. McCartney gives us an in depth historical account, while also discussing the impact of ENIAC on the development of computing and on society as a whole.
Design of Everyday Things
The Design of Everyday Things is a book about the psychology of design. It argues that good design should be intuitive and easy to use, and that bad design can lead to frustration and accidents. Norman argues that good design should make use of affordances and signifiers to make objects easy to use. It should also use constraints to prevent us from using objects in unintended ways.
The Devil in the White City is a nonfiction book that tells the story of two men: Daniel H. Burnham, the architect who designed the 1893 World's Columbian Exposition in Chicago, and H. H. Holmes, a serial killer who preyed on visitors to the fair. Erik Larson does a great job of interweaving the two stories together, and the book is a great read for anyone interested in history or true crime.
The Devil in the White City