I purchase a fair number of books on a regular basis. In fact, I’m ashamed of that, because I don’t read as often as I’d like to and yet am constantly buying books. My excuse is that one day, I’ll probably get to them.
For the most part, the books I purchase are recommendations I see here and there, usually made by professionals from a certain area. However, they can also be just generally accepted good books.
Below is a list of the books I currently have that are technology related. I’ll bold the ones I’m currently reading, and put a hyperlink next to the ones I wrote something about on this website.
|Python Programming: An Introduction to Computer Science||John Zelle||—————–|
|Effective Computation in Physics:
Field Guide to Research with Python
|Anthony Scopatz & Kathryn D.Huff||—————–|
|Java, XML and JSON: Document Processing for Java SE||Jeff Friesen||—————–|
|XML: Learn XML the Quick and Easy Way||Kevin H. Goldberg||—————–|
|Data Governance: How to Design, Deploy,
and Sustain an Effective Data Governance Program
|Data Modelig Made Simple||Steve Hoberman||—————–|
|An Introduction to Database Systems||C. J. Date||—————–|
|The Data Warehouse Toolkit: Practical
Techniques for Building Dimensional Warehouses
|Data Stewardship: An Actionable Guide to
Effective Data Management and Data Governance
|Seven Databases in Seven Weeks: A Guide to
Modern Databases and the NoSQL Movement
|DAMA-DMBOK: Data Management Body of Knowledge|