Discover the origins of the Scrum work or get to know even more closely software architecture, but also travel back in time to retrace the steps that led to birth of personal computers or the evolution of deep learning algorithms. Summer can also start here for developers and technology enthusiasts who want to dedicate themselves – on the train or under an umbrella – to their training. Because of this Aulab chose 5 books to pack. The Italian Coding Factory – born in 2014 and specialized in programming and software development courses – she thought that in these relaxing weeks developers or enthusiasts might want to update
or, for non-professional vacationers, simply wanting to get a little closer to the world of web development that has changed so much to our days.
Aulab therefore chose “Doing Double in Half the Time” by Jeff Sutherland, creator of the Agile Framework, is the right book to discover the origins of Scrum. For those who want to venture into a more technical reading on software architecture and how to write code, the right book – available only in English – is “A Philosophy of Software Design” by John Ousterhout, Professor of Computer Science at Stanford University, the heart of Silicon Valley. “It Wasn’t Born in a Garage: The True Story of the Personal Computer” by Fabio Carletti instead it is the perfect reading for those with a passion for retrocomputing.
In the suitcase, the Italian Coding Factory suggests to also include “Programming Machine Learning: From Coding to Deep Learning” by Paolo Perrotta, a technical reading in English to understand, even starting from scratch, how Machine Learning works, whose algorithms now pervade our lives. Finally there is “Getting the most out of a Full-Stack Developer course by spending a few euros (and it’s not a scam)” by Luca Solfanelli, a book, Aulab experts warn, “to read before – and not after – starting a developer course.”
Giancarlo Valente, Cto of Aulab explains that “we have chosen 5 books that embrace the world of coding from different points of view and that allow you to make a real journey through agile methodology, software development, curiosities related to the evolution of our profession “.” Continuous updating, also through the texts we have identified, it is essential to deepen the issues or discover new ideas in the IT sector
“ Valente emphasizes.
At the same time, Aulab believes that readings like these can be “a great starting point” to approach the world of web development and discover a new passion that can turn into a profession.
“The mission of the Aulab Hackademy course is to allow anyone to acquire the skills in just 3 months necessary to start a new career as a web developer, professionally re-qualifying to undertake a new career path or – observes Valente – finding a direction for his passion for information technology “.