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title: G20
- link: /cv/
title: CV
- link: /cs/
title: Computer Science
- link: /software-craftsman/
title: Software craftsman
- link: /software-craftsman/reading-list/
title: Reading list
- link: /blog/
title: Blog
- link: /about/

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title: Reading list
parent_link: /software-craftsman/
description: Here you can find my reading list.
On this page, I will maintain a list of my reading; both planned and finished.
<h2>Outstanding books</h2>
<li>"Working Effectively with Legacy Code" by Michael C. Feathers (ISBN: 0-13-117705-2)</li>
<h2>Finished books</h2>
"Apprenticeship Patterns" by David H. Hoover and Adewale Oshineye (ISBN: 978-0-596-51838-7); finished at July 4th 2020

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layout: category
title: Software craftsman
category: software
description: All my activities related to the journey as software craftsman and related blog posts can be found on this page.
<h1>Software craftsman</h1>
What is a software craftsman? A practitioner of the craft of software development. More articulated explanations
are easily found online by searching for software craftsmanship.
On this page you can find all my activities related to the journey as such a software craftsman. The reading list
linked in the header menu will be updated regularly. Below you can find the blog posts related to this topic.
<h2>Blog posts</h2>