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Miguel de Icaza is a Mexican-American programmer, best known for starting the GNOME, Mono, and Xamarin projects.
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The ultimate “parenting bible” (The Boston Globe) with a new Foreword—and available as an eBook for the first time—a timeless, beloved book on how to effectively communicate with your child from the #1 New York Times bestselling authors.Internationally acclaimed experts on communication between parents and children, Adele Faber and Elaine Mazlish “...
Miguel de Icaza
Jan 17, 2020
@codinghorror Yes - that is an awesome book too     source
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Ruined by Design
How Designers Destroyed the World, and What We Can Do to Fix It
by Mike Monteiro (Mar 29, 2019)
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The world is working exactly as designed. The combustion engine which is destroying our planet's atmosphere and rapidly making it inhospitable is working exactly as we designed it. Guns, which lead to so much death, work exactly as they're designed to work. And every time we "improve" their design, they get better at killing. Facebook's privacy set...
Miguel de Icaza
Jan 30, 2020
My god, @monteiro ‘s book “ruined by design” should be mandatory reading for anyone in the software industry - beautiful, powerful, lucid and eye opening. Treat yourself and get the book.     source
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The Deficit Myth
Modern Monetary Theory and the Birth of the People's Economy
by Stephanie Kelton (Jun 09, 2020)
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A New York Times Bestseller The leading thinker and most visible public advocate of modern monetary theory -- the freshest and most important idea about economics in decades -- delivers a radically different, bold, new understanding for how to build a just and prosperous society.Stephanie Kelton's brilliant exploration of modern monetary theory (MM...
Miguel de Icaza
Jul 15, 2020
@_karthiksivaram @AndrewYang Better yet - job guarantee. Check “the deficit myth” book     source