Simon Fell > Its just code > Reading

Sunday, May 25, 2003

I read a lot of technical books, here are a few of my recent reads that I liked. (in no particular order)

  • Programming the Microsoft Windows Driver Model (Walter Oney)
  • Windows Forms Programming in C# (Chris Sells)
  • Beyond Fear (Bruce Schneier)
  • Loosely Coupled (Doug Kay)
  • Essential ASP.NET (Fritz Onion)
  • Essential .NET volume 1 (Don Box)
  • .NET Web Services: Architecture and Implementation with .NET (Keith Ballinger)
  • More Exceptional C++ (Herb Sutter)
  • Advanced .NET Remoting (Ingo Rammer)
  • Definitive XML Schema (Priscilla Walmsley)
  • Effective STL (Scott Meyers)
  • Transactional COM+ (Tim Ewald)
  • C# Essentials (Peter Drayton & co)
  • Essential IDL (Martin Gudgen)
  • ASP Internals (John Flanders)
  • Secrets & Lies (Bruce Schneier)
  • Planning Extreme Programming (Kent Beck, Martin Fowler)
  • Network Security Private communication in a public world (Charlie Kaufman, Radia Perlman & Mike Speciner)
  • The Pragmatic Progammer (Andrew Hunt & David Thomas), I liked this so much, i brought copies for everyone on my team.
  • Programming Windows Security (Keith Brown)
  • Essential XML (Don Box, Aaron Skonnard & John Lam)
  • Exceptional C++ (Herb Sutter)
  • Debugging Applications (John Robbins)
I'm currently reading
  • Windows Forms Programming in C#
  • Mac OSX for Unix Geeks
  • Applied .NET Framework Programming (Jeffrey Richter)