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2020
My Year in Books
4,010
pages read
14
books read
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This is my journey in books for 2020!


Playing the Long Game by Sam Kyle
Shortest Book
37
pages
From Third World to First by Lee Kuan Yew
Longest Book
768
pages

Average book length in 2020
286
pages

Bad Blood by John Carreyrou
Most Popular
381,404
people also shelved
Domain-Driven Design in PHP by Carlos Buenosvinos
Least Popular
346
people also shelved

Pedro’s average rating for 2020
3.7
3.7

Domain-Driven Design in PHP by Carlos Buenosvinos
Highest Rated on Goodreads
4.61 average

Domain-Driven Design in PHP by Carlos Buenosvinos

Pedro’s first review of the year

really liked it
Ya leí el libro en sus primeras versiones pero no lo había leído en esta última, modifico el rating que le di de 2 a 4 estrellas. Dejo un breve resumen con algunos apuntes del libro:

El libro habla sobre DDD, una manera de escribir software que nos ayuda a tener éxito entendiendo y construyendo diseños de software. DDD nos provee de herramientas estratégicas y tácticas que nos ayudan a escribir software de alta calidad que alcance los objetivos de
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PEDRO’S 2020 BOOKS
Domain-Driven Design in PHP by Carlos Buenosvinos
Crucial Conversations by Kerry Patterson
How to Take Smart Notes by Sönke Ahrens
it was amazing
Bad Blood by John Carreyrou
Chop Wood Carry Water by Joshua Medcalf
Playing the Long Game by Sam Kyle
Erasmo de Rotterdam by Stefan Zweig
The Manager's Path by Camille Fournier
Skin in the Game by Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Clásicos para la vida by Nuccio Ordine
From Third World to First by Lee Kuan Yew
it was amazing
Traction by Gabriel Weinberg
Dying Every Day by James Romm
Lean Analytics by Alistair Croll

Erasmo de Rotterdam by Stefan Zweig

Pedro’s last review of the year

it was amazing
I highly recommend reading this book.

It's a biography about a man who longed for peace and who pursued virtue and neutrality above everything else. Erasmus was probably the first humanist. Although he failed to step up in some of the most decisive moments in history -his neutrality was above everything else-, through his books Erasmus showed us the way to a more humane, spiritual and understanding word.

Like Montaigne —I recommended reading his bi
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2020 Reading Challenge
2020 READING
CHALLENGE
Pedro Gimenez read 14 out of 30 books.
 
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