If you're into distributed computing I definitely recommend: Designing Distributed Systems by Brendan Burns. I just finished it and it's awesome. It gives you insight into design patterns for a scalable application and how to deploy those on kubernetes as well (if the tech is in your TOLEARN list)
Personally, I am into Golang, Rust, Kotlin and maybe Haskell to get into functional programming (I thought about it a long time ago but never got the guts to start it).
Thank you I will definitely check that book out.
I got a copy of Designing Data Intensive Applications by Martin Kleppmann yet to start reading but really good reviews. It will give us an overview of most of the topics .
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