The Pandemic has certainly helped on the reading front! In 2020 I felt like I read so much my brain could hardly hold an original thought, so in 2021 I toned it down and set an upper limit on books + most of those were fiction. The books read in 2021 books contained some gems … Continue reading Favorite Books of 2021
Leonardo Da Vinci's to-do lists are pretty fascinating. It's hard to imagine a fuller life of learning and creation.
Part III in the books of 2018 series - Sci Fi and Fantasy. Hopefully people find some interesting reads here!
In Part I of the series on books from the 2018 reading pile, I focused on self-improvement. In this second segment, it's time to shift gears to the type of books I read most of in 2018: books on society, economics and in particularly inequality. This is a topic close to my heart and I'll … Continue reading 2018 Books Part II: Society & Inequality
For me, 2018 was definitely a learning year. I learned a lot from colleagues, friends and others both at Red Hat and in other contexts. There are lots of things to write about on that front, but it'll take time to distill out what turns out to be important. One thing that's easy to cover … Continue reading What I Learned in 2018: Books Part I (Self Improvement)