Just picked this up, seems … uh … promising?
Guess we got a bit greedy there …
Wondering if I should switch to some more structured way of recording all these … would make for a nice database to look back on later!
Me and Tara go to the library once every six weeks or so, and I was thinking of starting to make a list of the books we’ve tried/liked over time.
But that is a bit too much effort, so I’m going to start with a pic — and if I can keep this up for at least six months, then I’ll start making a list.
This is something I’ve always pieced together bit-by-bit, and I’m sure a lot of other people have done the same by combining occasional blog posts, reviews on Amazon, perhaps a few mailing lists, and so on.
Adam Tornhill has reviewed a bunch of these, and I’ve read them and agree with most of them, so here is an index to some of them:
- Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs
(My own current path is slightly different, btw. I had read SICP many years ago and definitely need to re-read it, but I started with Conrad Barski’s “Land of Lisp” and am now slowly working through Graham’s “ANSI Common Lisp”, hoping to move on to PAIP once I’m done)