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Books I paid money for.

"Tribes" by Seth Godin. Great book. On loan to Roger Barkley.

Kevin L. Meyer and William Waddel's Evolving Excellence: Thoughts on Lean Enterprise Leadership.

Coders at Work by Peter Siebel. Loaned to David Martirosyan

Making Things Happen: Mastering Project Management by Scott Berkun. Skimmed. I also owned and sold his previous book: the Art of project Managment.

"The Art of UNIX Programming" by Eric S. Raymond. Awesome!

"The UNIX Programming Environment" by Brian Kernighan and Rob Pike.

"The C Programming Language" by Brian Kernighan and Dennis Richie.

"UNIX Network Programming" by W. Richard Stevens and others. 3rd edition.

"Today and Tomorrow" by Henry Ford.

"Gray Hat Python" by Justin Seiz. "Python programming for hackers and reverse engineers".

"John Adams" by David McCullough.

"Miral" by Rula Jebreal. Bought March 2011. Not yet read.

"A Colossal Failure of Common Sense" by Lawrence G. McDonald. On the subprime meltdown. Very interesting.

"DNS and BIND" by Paul Albitz and Cricket Liu.

"The Lord of the Rings" by JRR Tokien.

Dune, Dune Messiah, Children of Dune, The God Emperor of Dune, Heretics of Dune, Chapterhouse Dune, by the late Frank Herbert.

"Professional C# 2008" by Christian Nagel and a bunch of other people.

"Beginning Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Programming" by Robert Vieira.

"Inside Microsoft SQL Server 2005: T-SQL Programming" by Itzik Ben-Gan.

"Inside Microsoft SQL Server 2005: T-SQL Querying" by Itzik Ben-Gan.

"The Hobbit" by JRR Tolkien.

"La Ballade de la Mer Salee" by Hugo Pratt. (I love Hugo Pratt's work).

Kevin Klein's SQL in a Nutshell, Second Edition.

Alex Martelli's Python in a Nutshell, Second Edition.

Alex Martelli and David Ascher's Python Cookbook.

Geoffrey A. Moore's Dealing with Darwin. Not read yet.

Mark Summerfield's "Programming in Python 3". I found it confusing however.

Joe Celko's Analytics & OLAP in SQL and Joe Celko's SQL Programming Style.
At the office.

Eric Sink's "Eric Sink on the Business of Software".

David Flanagan's "JavaScript: The Definitive Guide"

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