The Reading Room


#21

he was


#22

I got this today, and am already halfway through (no work done on the rack as a result…)

There’s some proper nerd level vinyl stuff in there! It’s a good read too, if slightly predictable so far.


#23

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Nothing to do with Italian scooters or The Who.


#24

Was good that, will get the next one.


#25

I’m reading “The Third Policeman”. Hypnotically bonkers. My brain hurts.


#26

Fucking hell. Has anyone else read this?


#27

Aye, all cyclist should be aware of the molecular theory. :slight_smile:

Coming soon to your local bookstore.


#28

Yeah. Halfway through. Like you say, crazy shit.


#29

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This is worth a read, for all you Spacemen 3 aficionados!


#30

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#32

Some light reading!


#33

You’ve mastered Ruby in the mean time then? :wink:


#34

I try and learn something significant like a new language every year. I find it makes me think about how I approach things in my day job.


#35

Half way through this - a very good read indeed

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#36

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#37

Creepy.


#38

Just downloaded this based on your one word review. :slight_smile:


#39

Not the Erlang I know then, hated having to do Erlang calculations for PABX designs.


#40

It’s the language developed by Ericsson to manage their telephone network switchboxes. It’s used to write highly concurrent, massively scalable systems.