I got a Kindle recently. It is a glorified offline RSS reader for me. I missed the early days of Kindle sales when eBooks were really cheap. Now, the eBook version is the most expensive version out there. This is insane.
I recently read Ari Takanen's Fuzzing for Software Security Testing and Quality Assurance. This is a valuable book on fuzz testing, and timely.
Some colleagues of mine have recently published a book Implementing Automated Software Testing.
Elfriede and Thom were key organizers of VERIFY 2007, a software testing conference.
These are books that I frequently recommend in my childbirth class. Some are better than others. Read on to see my brief comments on each one. Clicking the titles will take you over to Amazon where you can buy a copy for yourself.
It's fascinating how vocal folks are about my review of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows. There's a couple interesting themes that are emerging. Rather than clutter that post with more discussion, I thought I'd open up another one where the talk about the reviewers can be separate from the talk about the review.