I enjoy reading books and always curious what others are reading. I thought I’d share my bookshelf here. Some of the books here I started but never finished. The books that I especially liked are marked bold. The list is in no particular order.
Tuxedo Park - I think more people should read this book and learn about Alfred Lee Loomis who made signifant contribution in the world of science during World War II.
Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future - I think one of the classics on Startups. I'm re-reading this book to find inspiration from Peter Thiel's words, who is, in my opinion, one of the best thinkers in the modern era. I watched many of his interviews and find myself mulling over his ideas a lot recently.
The Chip : How Two Americans Invented the Microchip and Launched a Revolution - A fantastic book about the invention of Microchip. I knew only a little about the hardware that powers the current software, and after reading this book, I can say I know some things about integrated circuits, transistors and more. Robert Noyce and Jack Kilby are two pioneers who created the foundation for personal computing.
Seeking SRE A good book that contains a lot of interesting essays on how to run production systems effectively.