Category: Book Review

Book Review: 17 Equations That Changed the World

Book Review: 17 Equations That Changed the World

What could be more boring than mathematical equations?  The majority of folks would be hard pressed to find something to answer that hypothetical query. Myself included 🙂 I’ll be honest, I’m a math minor and I picked up this book...

Book Review: Building Solutions for SharePoint 2010

Book Review: Building Solutions for SharePoint 2010

I’ve been working my way through Sahil Malik’s Microsoft SharePoint 2010: Building Solutions for SharePoint 2010 and I’m almost finished now.  Just a quick review for anyone working on ramping up on 2010 or considering this book. First, this book...

6 Books That Should Be On Every .NET Developers Bookshelf

6 Books That Should Be On Every .NET Developers Bookshelf

As I’ve been working on my current project, I’ve found that many freshman developers who want to get better often have a hard time navigating the huge amount of resources out there to improve their skills.  It’s hard to commit...

Code Complete: Chapter 31

Code Complete: Chapter 31

I’ve recently picked up my copy of Code Complete – 2nd Edition again after a long hiatus from it.  It’s such a massive book that I think if you plan on reading it from front to back, it’ll bore you...

Book Review: Framework Design Guidelines

Book Review: Framework Design Guidelines

I originally came across a title Framework Design Guidelines: Conventions, Idioms, and Patterns for Reusable .NET Libraries after perusing the documentation on the Subtext site. For the most part, I had been following the guidelines outlined by Scott Bellware in his...

To Follow Up…

To Follow Up…

So it turns out that Paul Andrew, the technical product manager of WF linked to my very abstract review of Essential Windows Workflow Foundation.  For those that haven’t been following, I wrote an awesome review of the book on Amazon and...

Saw the Jets

Saw the Jets

Yesterday was my first time at an NFL football game (Jets vs. Bucs).  This also means that I’ve been to each of the three major sports (NBA, MLB, and NFL).  (For my international readers, the NFL is the highest league...