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What are you reading right now?

aishablake profile image Aisha Blake ・1 min read

As it's getting warmer here in the Midwest, I'm looking forward to spending more time outside in my hammock! What are you reading that you would recommend? Awesome answers include but aren't limited to:

  • blogs
  • professional advice
  • white papers
  • graphic novels
  • language- or platform-specific guidebooks
  • fiction

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Aisha Blake Author

I'll start! Some of you know that I'm working through The Rust Programming Language on Mondays along with @chaelcodes_52 . I've also started reading Game Programming Patterns recently.

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ChaelCodes

I'm enjoying the Rust book. It's very thorough. How's Game Programming Patterns so far?

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Aisha Blake Author

I haven't gotten very far in yet but I appreciate the way he's breaking the patterns down. It feels like one of the more approachable texts I've read on architecture.

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Pachi πŸͺ (she/her/ela)

I am reading People Powered by Jono Bacon,
Lorem Olympus on webtoon and always binge reading romance novels from Kindle Unlimited πŸ˜…

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ChaelCodes

LORE OLYMPUS!!! Yes! Book 1 is coming out in October. I already preordered a copy.

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Michael Tharrington (he/him)

I've been reading a book called Patch & Tweak that is described as "the ultimate resource for Moog synthesizer enthusiasts and musicians of all skill levels interested in an immersive modular synthesis experience."

It's a guide for how to use Moog synthesizers but also offers history and other cool stuff. It kinda feels like a textbook β€” lots of visuals and just chocked full of info. Plus, it's huge!

I got it for Christmas and am still busy absorbing it. πŸ˜€

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Amey Sunu

I have been reading "Mein Kampf", the Autobiography of Hitler. I just don't know whyΒ  πŸ˜‚

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ChaelCodes

That's a very... strange... choice. You said you don't know why?

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Amey Sunu

I actually started it off just as a joke, but it is really a powerful book, except the genocide part. It’s also really motivating to see how a young kid pushed his way into being one of the biggest dictators of all time. So, everything about the book is really inspiring except the genocide part.