July 2020 Book Reading List

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July was a pretty good month reading-wise. It helps that my son likes to bring me books to read. However, he often usurps reading time with my daughter.

If I read something to my daughter, my son just has to come by and be read to, too.

Books I Read to My Children

Books I Read to My Son

I read twenty-seven - that 27 or two-seven - books to my son in July:

Books I Read to My Daughter

However, I only read seven books to my daughter:

The Book I Read for Me

I read The Phoenix Project: A Novel about IT, DevOps, and Helping Your Business Win.

The Pheonix Project

It’s a novel about a fictional company that moves its operations from a waterfall-type environment to an agile, DevOps type environment, and becomes wildly successful in the process.

I felt things were a bit dramatized to increase the effect applying DevOps would have on a company. That, and to make a better story. Just check out the reviews.

I will say I enjoyed it.

I almost finished a second book last month, but I didn’t finish it until a few days into August. You’ll just have to wait for the next book reading list to find out what book it was.

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