I’ve been on vacation in France for most of June, and that means lots of time to read. Originally I planned on reading more on distributed systems, but I had a decent backlog of books on my Kindle, so this was just the right time to plow through them. By the way, if you don’t have a Kindle yet, you should get one. It’s a great little device. I’ve been reading so much more since I got it. Anyhoo, here’s the list of books I’ve been reading in June.
I’m happy to report that the Riak Handbook has hit a major update, bringing a whopping 43 pages of new content with it. If you already bought the book, this is a free update, and instructions how and where to download it were sent in a separate email.
Wherein I write about Rails’ current implementation of logging and ActiveSupport’s greatest feature that was added in 3.0.
With February almost over, it’s time to give you news things to read, or at least to make a list of things I’ve been reading lately.