Category: Book Reviews

30
Jan

Ethics of ambiguity

At first I found the reading tasteless, for it lacked passion. I tend to enjoy passionate works; but what Simone sacrificed for passion, she fulfilled by integration of logically consistent convictions! To that, I salute! The feminine beauty of her thought processes is well develop in this treatise. I call it so, because I have […]

26
Feb

HACKERS & PAINTERS

Such a nourishment! A bliss to the mind & a delight to the hacker’s spirit! A summation of will, for a coder! That mortal being that fancies the eclectic pious lines of code to change the world. 🗺 Hackers & painters was a purposeful read for me. I came to buy & devour it on […]

1
Sep

“Learning Python” by Mark Lutz

It must be a daunting task to harbor lucid grand dreams and be held back by lack of skills in the specific domain of interests. That’s how I was, a little few months back. It was infuriating knowing how well you can articulate oneself in a crowd full of programmers and be the laughing stock […]