Non-Fiction, Rayne Hall, Reviews

Review: Rayne Hall – Writing About Villains

Sometimes I read books about my work. Most of the times, I read fiction stories. And lately I’ve also been reading about writing. I’ve even started it. I read Writing Fight Scenes and was really happy with it. Rayne Hall apparently has a lot more writing help books.

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Dan Ward, Non-Fiction, Reviews

Review: Dan Ward – FIRE: How Fast, Inexpensive, Restrained and Elegant Methods Ignite Innovation

Books that talk about innovation and have a title like this one, spark my interest. Also, it’s written by a guy who used to be a magician. Definitely. Worth. Reading. Here’s my review of F.I.R.E.: How Fast, Inexpensive, Restrained and Elegant Methods Ignite Innovation.

“10 to 1 is a good return. It’s even better if the 10 includes a trip to Mars.” – Dan Ward

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Liz Sedley, Non-Fiction, Rachel Davies, Reviews

Review: Rachel Davies & Liz Sedley – Agile Coaching

I have finished it. This might sound weird, given I finish a lot of books. But this one was special. First, it’s work related. In the way that it is about where I want my career to go. Second, I’ve been reading it for almost a year. I started it, then let it lie. Why? Because… Reasons.

Here’s my review of this great book by two great agile coaches.

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Neal Ford, Non-Fiction, Patrick Kua, Rebecca Parsons, Reviews

Review: Neal Ford, Rebecca Parsons & Patrick Kua – Building Evolutionary Architectures

As much as I love fiction, I also like to master new skills for my profession. This means I also read a lot software-related non-fiction books. Building Evolutionary Architectures is one I thought I should read. Because it’s about architectures, evolutionary ones even so. It’s been too long since I’ve read a good book about the topic. Here’s what I thought of the book.

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