re: What are the books about software engineering history that you have enjoyed most? VIEW POST


If we expand the topic to books about software history, I have to say that one of the books I enjoyed most is "What You See Is What You Get: My Autobiography".

It's Alan Sugar's biography. I'm not sure how well known is Alan Sugar out of the UK, but he is the founder of Amstrad and within his biography he goes over how he founded and raised the company to be one of the biggest tech corporations at the time, and also how it declined. It's really more about business than software but I'm sure anyone that has had an Amstrad computer will enjoy it.

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