Reading for me has been always a source of inspiration. These books gave to me, new tools, strategies or techniques to use in my day-to-day job. Sometimes I have discovered others points of views, or new ways to explain and teach to others what I’ve┬álearnt doing my work.

Clean Code

Robert C. Martin

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Overall note 76/100

Readability
90%
Applicability
55%
Usefulness
85%

Refactoring

Ruby edition

Martin Fowler

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Overall note 91/100

Readability
75%
Applicability
100%
Usefulness
100%

POODR

Practical Object-Oriented Design in Ruby

Sandi Metz

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Overall note 100/100

Readability
100%
Applicability
100%
Usefulness
100%

The Pragmatic Programmer

From Journeyman to Master

Andy Hunt

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Overall note 60/100

Readability
80%
Applicability
75%
Usefulness
25%

The Linux command line

William E. Shotts Jr

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Overall note 80/100

Readability
75%
Applicability
75%
Usefulness
90%

Working effectively with legacy code

Robert C. Martin

Overall note 50/100

Readability
50%
Applicability
50%
Usefulness
50%

The Mikado Method

Daniel Brolund and Ola Ellnestam

Overall note 70/100

Readability
90%
Applicability
60%
Usefulness
60%

SMACSS

Jonathan Snook

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Overall note 66/100

Readability
100%
Applicability
25%
Usefulness
75%

Adaptative Web Design

Aaron Gustafson

Overall note 40/100

Readability
100%
Applicability
10%
Usefulness
10%

Gamification By Design

Christopher Cunningham and Gabe Zichermann

Overall note 83/100

Readability
85%
Applicability
75%
Usefulness
90%

Launch

Jeff Walker

Overall note 91/100

Readability
100%
Applicability
100%
Usefulness
75%

La Empresa Consciente

Fredy Kofman

Overall note 100/100

Readability
100%
Applicability
100%
Usefulness
100%