My family loves books. Here are a few of the better books I've read this year.
I really like the idea of a small software company. If that interests you then you should find these books very helpful.
Business of Software by Eric Sink
Micro-ISV by Bob Walsh
Growing a Business by Paul Hawken
Programming and Debugging
I recently started reading Advanced Windows Debugging and just love it. Windows Internals is one of those books I tend to read again each year, especially when a new edition is out. I can't wait for the 5th edition. Large-Scale C++ Software Design is a very different kind of C++ text book. Most book focus on the logical aspects of C++ design. This book focuses more on the physical. Its packed full of helpful guidance for managing larger projects.
Advanced Windows Debugging by Mario Hewardt and Daniel Pravat
Windows Internals (4th edition) by Mark Russinovich and David Solomon. You can also pre-order the 5th edition.
Large-Scale C++ Software Design by John Lakos
Just a random collection of other books I really enjoyed.
You're Stepping on My Cloak and Dagger by Roger Hall
Family Driven Faith by Voddie Baucham
Culture Warrior by Bill O'Reilly
Here Comes Everybody by Clay Shirky
My wife also introduced me to The Book Depository. Free shipping worldwide. We've used it a lot and it's been great. They're also often quite a bit cheaper than Amazon, at least here in the UK.
What have you been reading lately?