I thought it’d be worth explaining the slew of book reviews that have been on the blog recently. I like to read. I read a LOT. Whether its a book, a blog, a magazine I’ve always got something on the go. My reading habits when it comes to books is a little weird though. Sometimes
Is there such a thing as reading too many books? I’m really into Assassins Creed at the moment. Having ignored the first game I got the second one as gift for my birthday and I was engrossed with it so when I saw this book I grabbed a copy. The story follows the events of
I need to stop reading so fast otherwise I’ll need to rename this to Andy’s Reading Blog! The Microsoft Press Facebook page were looking for people to review this new book so I put my hand up and I was lucky enough to get a copy of the ebook to take a peek at. I’m
I’ve tried to write this post three or four times and given up as I wasn’t really sure if I was getting my point across, thought I’d have another go at it! Vaughan Shayler from Accredit UK posted this on Twitter a while back Interested in comments on Alan Sugar’s opinion of networking – http://on.fb.me/fyfNDz
One of the things I really enjoy about the Halo series of games is the back story and for Halo fans there has been plenty of fiction thrown up which I’ve been more than happy to read! So when I saw Halo Evolutions and Halo Evolutions Volume 2 on Amazon I ordered them straight away.
I had a hard time thinking of a title for this post and I’m not entirely sure if it’s applicable…but it’ll do! Yesterday I read a post called “Dropping my MVP” The post from David Woods who was until very recently an MVP in developer security. David isn’t happy with his experience of the MVP
Yeah you read that right – Windows XP. We’ve been installing some new PCs for a client recently and we needed to install Windows XP (the reasoning behind this is best saved for a separate discussion). So we inserted the Windows XP installation CD, booted from the disk and waiting while Windows setup loaded. The