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The team leaders for Dev Derby have been asked to list what we consider valuable professional reading. Our book selections are not limited to our respective Languages. I thought I would share my list with everyone.
The first 2 (GoF design patterns and Patterns of enterprise application architecture) really just need to be in every developer’s library. The rest are a collections of books I’ve read and liked as well as recommendations from developers I like and respect. Keith Casey pointed me in the general direction of a lot of these books.I suspect that some of the Dev Derby people will end up contacting various publishers to solicit swag sometime soon.
In other news about Dev Derby, I think that an application for teams should be available to announce sometime soon geneerinen cialis. I do know we have a deadline for selection approaching and it’s kinda hard to select without people to select from.
Patterns of enterprise application architecture:
* ISBN-10: 0321127420
* ISBN-13: 978-0321127426
This morning I accepted a postion as supreme overlord team leader for the PHP team in The Combine‘s Dev Derby.…
What is Dev Derby?
The Combine (http://thecombine.org) is a tech event in Bloomington, IN going on from Sept. 9th-12th. On Sept. 11 there will be a “Dev Derby”. This is a one-day programming event which challenges teams, representing different programming languages, to build a web-based application for use by non-profits. The code will be released as open source, giving it life after the day has ended. There will be 5 teams competing. My suspicions say that there will be a Rails team and a CF team in addition to the PHP team.
I’m not sure how finalized some of the information I have on the details are but here is what I do know: