Recently I have been starting reading "A Practical Introduction to Data Structures and Algorithm Analysis". This is a text book that I bought at university, attempted to read, managed about 10 pages then put it away because it was boring me to death.
<br><br>Being a more experienced and mature programmer I thought it was about time I brushed up on my programming fundamentals and give the book another try. I have managed to read around 100 pages of the book so far and am finding it quite interesting.
<br><br>I have come to the conclusion that either:<br><br>A. being older and wiser I can now appreciate the book more<br><br>or <br><br>B. I'm a lot more boring than I used to be.<br><br>Either way I have decided that I am going to read more "tech" books, can any of you guys suggest some that I might enjoy?
<br><br>I feel I should probably read at least one on databases as I missed most database lectures at uni as they clashed with Tai Chi.<br><br>On the subject of general security I remember "Secrets and Lies: Digital Security in a Networked World" by Bruce Schneier being quite entertaining so will recommend this.