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Reading for 2004

I'll be hoping to read these at some point in the year:

  • Text Processing in Python, by David Mertz.
  • Extreme Programming Adventures in C#, by Ron Jeffries (Ron's other book is my favourite on XP).
  • Unit Testing in Java, by Johannes Link (looks like this one is taking the hard stuff on).
  • XQuery, by Michael Brundage.
  • Agile Database Techniques, by Scott Ambler (if it's anything as good as Agile Modelling...).
  • AI Game Programming Wisdom, ed. Steve Rabin (no markup, no middleware, no enterprises; just a collection of neat hacks ;).
  • Foundations of Statistical Natural Language Processing, by Christopher Manning and Hinrich Schutze.
  • Causality: Models, Reasoning and Inference, by Judea Pearl (I bought this the afternoon I moved back to Dublin - that was over two years ago!).
  • Calendrical Calculations, by Edward Reingold.
  • Programming .NET Components, by Juval Lowy.
  • Ruby in a Nutshell, by Yukihiro Matsumoto (anyone that wants me to be a happy programmer deserves a read)
  • RELAX NG, by Eric Van Der Vlist.

December 30, 2003 04:39 PM


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