Reading List
Books I have read and believe are worth sharing
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I commonly lean towards non-narrative and generalistic readings, aiming to draw links between concepts originating from diverse sources. I prefer articles, research papers, or practical exploration when it comes to comprehensively understanding a specific technology. Also, I advocate for quitting books, different levels of reading and taking notes. Among others, here's a collection of books that had a significant impact on me:

  • How to Think Like a Roman Emperor book cover
    How to Think Like a Roman Emperor
    Donald Robertson
    I highly recommend this book for mindfulness enthusiasts. It presents key Stoicism concepts in a narrative way through historical examples, along with practical tools to use in your daily life.
  • Software Engineering at Google book cover
    Software Engineering at Google
    Titus Winters, Tom Manshreck, Hyrum Wright
  • Small Data book cover
    Small Data
    Martin Lindstrom
    Martin Lindstrom's work provides deep insights for comprehending the nuances of people's behaviors and reasonings. While his work is primarily associated with branding, I find key concepts relevant to the digital products as well.
  • Clean Architecture book cover
    Clean Architecture
    Robert C. Martin
    I'm glad that this book was among my initial in-depth readings during my academic studies. I find its fundamental principles retain their relevance and could be applied broadly across the industry.
  • Predictably Irrational book cover
    Predictably Irrational
    Dan Ariely
    This was my first insight on cognitive economics. Like with M. Lindstorm's 'Small Data', I was amazed at the impact psychology has on the product market. This book underscores the importance of considering consumer behavior in product design and marketing decisions, and this extends to digital products as well.
  • Refuse to Choose! book cover
    Refuse to Choose!
    Barbara Sher
    As someone who enjoys picking up new things, change interests and delving into different projects without lingering too long on one thing, I find out clarity and insight thanks to Barbara Sher (who would name me a scanner) helping me to embrace and get out the most of this trait.
  • The Intelligent Investor book cover
    The Intelligent Investor
    Benjamin Graham
  • Cloud Native Patterns Designing book cover
    Cloud Native Patterns Designing
    Cornelia Davis
  • How Google Works book cover
    How Google Works
    Eric Schmidt, Jonathan Rosenberg
  • Ten Things to Know About Italian Economy book cover
    Ten Things to Know About Italian Economy
    Alan Friedman
    My father and I have listened to Alan Friedman's interviews on the national car radio for years. He gifted me this book, which allowed me to understand the intricate mechanisms behind a nation's economy, specifically the tragic Italian one.
  • Quantum Physics for Poets book cover
    Quantum Physics for Poets
    Leon Lederman, Christopher Hill
    This was my teenage approach to Quantum Physics while binge-watching Kurzgesagt. I felt in love with the way science can be narratively taught as opposed to the school traditional method.
  • The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem book cover
    The Six Pillars of Self-Esteem
    Nathaniel Branden
    Technical, social or physical skills are not the only ones you can work on. This book helps to understand how to concretely be aware and improve a personality trait making it an asset for your daily life.
  • Dance Music Manual book cover
    Dance Music Manual
    Rick Snoman
    Electronic music production is an hobby of mine. This book enriched my knowledge of music theory. It is an essential reading for anyone in the field.
  • The Theory of Everything book cover
    The Theory of Everything
    Stephen Hawking
  • The Art of Happiness book cover
    The Art of Happiness
    Daila Lama
  • Siddhartha book cover
  • The Computer and The Brain book cover
    The Computer and The Brain
    John Von Neumann
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