I started reading this book during the holiday season with high expectations after reading The Phoenix Project a couple of years ago.
I must admit, I recognize myself at least in a couple of characters (Brett and Maxine) of this novel and a couple of my professional experiences are in some sort described in this book.
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I’m always looking for books that cover a topic with a different angle or a broader approach, this one is the perfect example, indeed, security-focused but through the magnifier lens or under the influence/culture of Agile.
Working for a Software Development company I found this book a good match for my DevOps/System Engineer role and I put it in my wish-list. Six months ago I purchased another book, but guessed what happened? Continue reading “Book Review: Agile Application Security”
I love Linux and I always considered myself an Open Source enthusiast. After reading “The Practice of System and Network Administration”, I decided to add this must-read book to my list.
The contents are well organised and good not only for beginners and junior system administrators but I think there are very interesting takeaways for more experienced professionals too. Continue reading “Book Review: UNIX and Linux System Administration Handbook, 5th Edition”
Once again this is not a sponsored review by my 2 cents.
This pocket guide it’s not an introduction on git the best practices, but it will show some options available and will boost your confidence and knowledge to solve most of the common problems. It’s full of practical examples with just enough deep dive into git to show you the things work under the hood.
This book is very good “to show you the tip of the iceberg”. Git, like any other distributed systems it’s complex, but most of its common features and operations are easy to understand aren’t so difficult and if you’re not familiar with the cli, there are plenty of tools to get you started. Continue reading “Git Pocket Guide”