HTML and CSS: Design and Build Websites - by

Date read: Aug. 19, 2019
How much I liked it: 7/10

This book was not an introduction for me. I have been working with HTML and CSS for some time. The reason I decided to give it a read is because I was having problems with CSS. More specifically I was nit sure if I was doing everything correctly. I’m not sure this will be making sense to people, but because …

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The War of Art: Break Through the Blocks and Win Your Inner Creative Battles - by

Date read: Aug. 16, 2019
How much I liked it: 8/10

The War of Art is a wonderful book. I heard a lot of good things about this book from various sources. I was not disappointed. The main outcome for me was that I actually started writing. The arguments author provided were very motivational. The structure of the book makes you want to keep reading it, even id you hate reading …

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The Self-Taught Programmer - by

Date read: May 15, 2019
How much I liked it: 8/10

I decided to seriously focus on programming recently, as opposed to a more passive approach and had a good process, but certain concepts were a little hard to grasp. For some reason I used to have a lot of problems with “classes” (OOP), just couldn’t understand why would one need them. There were other things that were hard for me …

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The 4-Hour Workweek - by

Date read: Dec. 18, 2018
How much I liked it: 9/10

Tim Ferriss’s 4-Hour Workweek is a classic by now. It has been read by a large number of people and for a good reason. The number of “golden nuggets” in this books is high. You will get introduced to useful concepts of Automation, Elimination, Liberation and Definition. These are pretty self-explanatory, but will make more sense ones you read the …

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