What audiobook did you last listen to?

I listened to The Dispatcher by John Scalzi and it was awesome. My thoughts are here.

What did you last listen to?

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The Martian.

The narration is absolutely hilarious.

I just finished Powerful which is a high level look how Netflix operates from a management perspective.

One audiobook I didn't read last, but comes to mind is Algorithms to Live By, which is a fun somewhat-technical read. Probably stuff many software folks already have a good grasp of, but it's all still entertaining. And, honestly, many probably are not aware of a lot of these math concepts.

Rendezvous With Rama

Many people recommended to me based on my taste for science fiction, finally got the time to read it. Man it is amazing

Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration

Fascinating mix of CS history, behind-the-scenes of Pixar, contemplation on the creative process, and seemingly solid leadership advice.

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Let's make my website even better

I just finished redesigning my website. It isn't live just yet. I wanted to see what can I do to make it even better.

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Kat Padilla
Hi, I'm Kat Padilla. I write code and fux with computers. I'm usually @katpadi on the internet. Flying drones, watching Netflix and playing video games are my hobbies.
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