I read/own a lot of books, and often times people will ask me for a recommendation on what they should read next. Since that's a tricky question, I figured that here would be a pretty good place to put a list of books I've read, and let them pick one.
If you're looking for short texts with a lot of information, I highly recommend considering getting a subscription to The Economist. They write great pieces about a broad area of current events in a way that doesn't tip the political scale, which can be hard to find these days.
Since the stacks of books that litter my household don't have a particular ordering, it wouldn't feel right for the ones on my website to have a specific ordering as well. Despite this, I will say that the first book on this list is the book that's impacted my life the most, and is undoubtedly my favorite book of all time.
- The 48 Laws of Power
- The Art of Seduction
- The 33 Strategies of War
- The 50th Law
- The Laws of Human Nature
- Leonardo da Vinci: (currently reading)
- The Pragmatic Programmer
- Guns, Germs, and Steel
- High Growth Handbook
- Becoming Steve Jobs
- The Art of War
- The Prince
- Leaders Eat Last
- Steve Jobs
- Clean Code
- Design Patterns
- Test Driven Development with Python
- Automate The Boring Stuff With Python
- Programming Principles and Practices Using C++
- The Mythical Man Month
- The Inner Game of Tennis
Since I'm still working on updating this website, the list is still in progress.
Have recommendations? Email me.