I caught you there if you thought I was going to say “Lose”
As I am getting ready with my new book to be published soon (a few months away actually), my last book “Beyond Code” is still getting reviewed online. Here are two positive reviews and one negative review
Prem Rao at People at Work and Play says
One of the best books I have read in recent times has been Rajesh Setty’s “Beyond Code“. A little over 115 pages and an easy read. Written in a simple yet effective style, the book delivers what it seeks to do: Give the reader ideas to “learn to distinugish youreself in 9 simple steps.
Read more at “Prem Rao: Beyond Code by Rajesh Setty“
Adam Peterson at VipePower blog says
I’m not a computer programming consultant, or a computer programming anything really, but to be honest the book is more in the personal help genre and as a result, a valuable read for a broader audience. It brings up several great points – one of my favorite being the concept that “There are only two types of relationships, long term and very long term”
More at “Beyond Code – A Good Read“
Vimala Arul at Vimala Arul Blogs says
I did get bit of time to read Rajesh Setty’s “Beyond Code”. I didn’t get much out of that book. Whatever he has said, I have read it in the Opportunity supplement of “The Hindu” news paper. I follow most of that as well!
More at Vimala Arul Blogs
Like I said, sometimes I win and sometimes I …. learn
Thanks to all of you for reviewing the book. It means a lot to me. Special thanks to those of you who have gone the extra mile to sign up on my Facebook Fan Page.Related Articles:
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