JSeymourATL: Turns out the creator of Dilbert was at one time a mid-senior level manager in Corporate America, who attempted several failed entrepreneurial ventures over the years. He's also a brilliant writer. read comments

teej: It’s funny, approachable, and manages to get deep into math topics important to programmers. It goes into the history and culture of math, helping you understand why math is the way it is... read comments

retepnap: The book uncovers our misconceptions about what is going on in the world in terms of global population, health and prosperity. It provides you with a sharpened sense of where the world is going... read comments

adenadel: This is a fascinating memoir about a woman who was raised by fundamentalists and "escaped" to BYU read comments

rayalez: By far the best book on developing habits. Thought it was just another one of those self-help books, but turned out to be very insightful and well written. read comments

lamby: This book tells the story behind the virus that sabotaged Iran's nuclear efforts but reads like a genuine thriller or cyberpunk novel. read comments

rationalbeaver: Fantastic read that gave me a new way to understand the world. It's hard to do it justice here, but the book builds off of existing information theory to offer an explanation of why... read comments

sksareen1: Fundamentally changed how I look at self improvement, optimization and how you can work on yourself read comments

booleandilemma: This book really captures what software development is like. Highly recommended for non-tech folks who want to understand what programmers do all day. read comments

richardreeze: Taught me how important it is to be part of a close community, decided to Airbnb all of next year after reading this book. read comments

henrik_w: Excellent, long interviews with really famous developers and computer scientists. read comments

febin: Great book that offers practical advice on how to improve one's life and work through reflection and iteration. read comments

aws_ls: The first of several best seller's by Michael Lewis, gives insights into the working of Investment Finance business, and in a very interesting way (lots of humor) read comments

climber_mac: by Ed Catmull (co-founder of Pixar). A book on the structure and processes used at Pixar to sustain the creative process - It's one of the best books I've read on business/management and... read comments