Ok I my next session is with only .NET guys, So lets continue it here, I think we should start with "The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master", what do you think is the reasonable time to complete it, I am expecting everyone (including those who do not code) to read it?

habib's picture

my opinion is it would be 7 days

amit's picture

That is great, lets wait for other's response.

ron's picture

i'll start reading from tomorrow... i'm in the middle of reading another book. but why only for .net guys?

khairul's picture

I am fine with 7days interval. On top of this, can we play with a R & D project to apply our learning achieved through discussion?

amit's picture

Ron Mahbub It is titled as Modern web app in MS Technology which mostly applies to .net devs. But feel free to join.

ron's picture

ah, ok. but the bookclub is open for all?

amit's picture

Khairul Islam I think that would depend on the book that we are going to read. So far the books that i have posed are some foundational books on principle/practice/habits that we are suppose to posses. Once we are aligned on this we can move to the details on technology/tools and languages.

ron's picture

what about a quiz after reading the books? :) I can setup a quick quiz site using drupal if you want :)

amit's picture

Ron Mahbub Yes it should be open for all and it is perfectly okay to create sub-groups which has different reading list than the other groups. But lets start with some common books that applies to all regardless of his/her role. Quiz would be a great addition but our goal should be not to make it some kind of exam system.

amit's picture

Ok so lets complete it by next tuesday (25th feb), anyone disagree?

ron's picture

okay.

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