Wednesday, April 30, 2008

Books...

I've completed "How would you move mount Fuji" by William Poundstone. It is very interesting and helpful, mainly about the interview process in big companies like Microsoft. There are many logical tasks with solutions provided in book. Some of them are very difficult.
Currently I’m reading the russian translation of “CLR via C#” book by Jeffrey Richter. It gives very detailed explanations of CLR basics with huge amount of code samples.

5 comments:

Nesusvet said...

The interpretation is that programmers, constrained by low-level, primitive tools like CLR and C#, often work around the limitations of their languages by inventing and implementing features found in more expressive languages such as Lisp. (C) Denis Mekshun ;)

Bashir Magomedov said...

Сам понял, что сказал? :)

Nesusvet said...

Ага, перефразировал Гринспуна

plotnick said...

Whew! And when you get on well in these all vanities?

Bashir Magomedov said...

:) Lack of free time is the most important problem for me. :) I always need more time than I can afford to myself. I can get a little by planning my schedule, giving up TV and if I slept less. Though it helps to read interesting book sometime, it is really difficult for me not to sleep enough :)