I read a few books in December but can recommend just two papers:
- Shape Up. Stop Running in Circles and Ship Work that Matters to everybody who interested in project management, building innovative products, who curious about how to combine creativity and deadlines, how to be innovative, and build collaboration between designers and programmers.
- NYS Business Analysis Guidebook to everybody who interested in business analysis, tools and best practices of work with requirements.
- I work remotely for the last 5 years. Remote is an endless topic, and this article is a well-structured guide on how to do that in the right way.
- Lessons learned building an ML trading system that turned $5k into $200k. If you are interested in algorithmic trading but don’t know where to start, this is a detailed analysis of all related aspects.