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Understanding Distributed Systems
What every developer should know about large distributed applications
Roberto Vitillo - 2022-02-23
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Whether you are new to building cloud applications or are a seasoned engineer, this book will teach you the core principles of distributed systems so that you don’t have to spend countless hours trying to understand how everything fits together....
Gergely Orosz
@PreslavMihaylov @RaVitillo I found it an excellent book as well!      source
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The Messy Middle
Finding Your Way Through the Hardest and Most Crucial Part of Any Bold Venture
Scott Belsky - 2018-10-02
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Entrepreneur, Chief Product Officer at Adobe, and product advisor to many of today's top start-ups Scott Belsky believes we focus too much on the start and the finish of any project, ignoring the most important part--the messy middle--where success is truly determined. Creating something from nothing is a volatile journey. The first mile births a n...
Gergely Orosz
First book of the year: The Messy Middle by @scottbelsky. I recommend this book for anyone pushing through (longer) projects/ventures. Short insights that are applicable to sw projects, engineering careers, managers and entrepreneurs. Progress is never as easy as you hope.      source
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The Team that Built the Android Operating System
Chet Haase - 2022-07-19 (first published in 2021)
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The fascinating inside story of how the Android operating system came to be.In 2004, Android was two people who wanted to build camera software but couldn't get investors interested. Today, Android is a large team at Google, delivering an operating system (including camera software) to over 3 billion devices worldwide. This is the inside story, tol...
Gergely Orosz
The book is Androids by @chethaase (currently reading and I’ enjoying all the details that it touches on).      source