This is my bookshelf. Not completed because I am lazy to type all here. I put up here for some books that inspired me. Books I particularly liked preceded with
**, substantially above average with
These 2 books are so good when you‘re in university studying physics, but do not really know why we study physics. I skipped the classes but felt guilty, so I went to library to find some books related to physics. Then OMG, this man is really interesting and gave me motivations to study physics. Well, I studied enough to pass physics, electromagnetic, ... but I remember nothing.
First time I read it when I was 19. I just got my first salary from making scallion pancakes ($3 per hour), I bought a collins English dictionary ($40!!) along with this book because the stories of first chapter reasonates with me. I read it and a seed of programming planted into my heart.
I was in a terrible job and this book made me realized and quit that job.
I was in another terrible job (commuting) and this book made me quit and find a remote job.
The Q&A style to teach programming is nothing I‘ve ever seen. And this book is written for non-tech people like me!
I read in 2015-ish. I discovered this when I was checking out Japan Society NYC‘s YouTube channel. This becomes my guideline to buy things carefully and throw away things easily.
I was into Netflix‘s culture deck and bought this book to learn more.
Sci-fi recommended by a friend. You will finish in one day because it is so fascinated...
My habit of apply
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Derek Siver‘s reluctant entrepreneurial stories.
If you have to wait to go surfing on Satuday 3pm, then you‘re a loser.
Probably my first book of intro to programming! I finished all exercises on paper and pen in a library of one hot summer.
I like the Mario metaphor that there is no going back in time.
Can I say this is probably the best onboarding book go into work at a giant tech company?
Just For Fun
A short book by Linus to know more about the stories behind creating Linux.
At this point of life, I only read tech / tech related books. I would like to read something else. Please send me your recommendations!
Hey some books are so bad but you...
Books I marked
** maybe the worst book to you, because I read in the time I most needed and got inspired. A book needs to read by you at the right time. Other people‘s best books maybe worst book of yours, because you already read other good ones.
I want to like reading
Velocity of being is perfect for you.
Where to find good books to read?
- Podcast often talks about books
- Brainpickings by Maria Popova
- Follow people who read on Twitter
- A good book leads you to another one
- Conference talks often recommend books
- Find out what your friends are reading
- Patrick Collison‘s Bookshelf
- 297 books by Brandur Leach
- Books I’ve read by Derek Sivers
- Books which have influenced me most by Tyler Cowen
- This twitter thread
Books I bought but haven‘t finished
- Scheme and the Art of Programming
- How to win friends and influence people
- Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh
- I am a Strange Loop by Douglas R. Hofstadter
- Life: A User‘s Manual by Georges Perec
- Linchpin: Are You Indispensable?
- The Soul of A New Machine
- Where Wizards Stay Up Late: The Origins Of The Internet
- Developer Hegemony
If you would like to be an angel of my life, my wish list.
Recommend by friends
- Ted Chiang
- Trillion Dollar Coach: The Leadership Playbook of Silicon Valley's Bill Campbell
Failed to read
- SICP (never made it to chapter 4)