• Clean Architecture

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    Papers We Love Belfast's book club has selected Clean Architecture by Robert Martin as our next book. The aim is to hold a monthly book club for programmers to get together and discuss a "must-read" CS text. Trello board (https://trello.com/b/62VsZyZj/papers-we-love-belfast-book-club) to vote for upcoming books. On August 18th we'll be discussing the book in full. It is not required to read the book before attending the group, but recommended to get the most out of the discussion. Please consider joining us for lunch/coffee and some interesting conversation. Hope to see you there!

  • Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Part III

    Papers We Love Belfast's book club has selected "Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs" (freely available under MIT licence, lots of versions available incl. https://github.com/sarabander/sicp-pocket) as our next book. The aim is to hold a monthly book club for programmers to get together and discuss a "must-read" CS text. Trello board (https://trello.com/b/62VsZyZj/papers-we-love-belfast-book-club) to vote for upcoming books. On July 21st we'll be discussing the latter half of Chapter IV (from Section 4.3 Variations on a Scheme - Nondeterministic Computing) and Chapter V. It is not required to read the book before attending the group, but recommended to get the most out of the discussion. To help solidify some of the concepts we've been learning for the last few weeks we have chosen exercise 5.38 to work through individually. If you have the time/interest please feel free to bring your solution along and we can discuss. Please consider joining us for lunch/coffee and some interesting conversation. Hope to see you there!

  • Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Part II

    Papers We Love Belfast's book club has selected "Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs" (freely available under MIT licence, lots of versions available incl. https://github.com/sarabander/sicp-pocket) as our next book. The aim is to hold a monthly book club for programmers to get together and discuss a "must-read" CS text. Trello board (https://trello.com/b/62VsZyZj/papers-we-love-belfast-book-club) to vote for upcoming books. On June 16th we'll be discussing Chapters III and half of Chapter IV (up to Section 4.3 Variations on a Scheme - Nondeterministic Computing). It is not required to read the book before attending the group, but probably recommended to get the most out of the discussion. Please consider joining us for lunch/coffee and some interesting conversation. Hope to see you there!

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  • Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs, Chapters I&II

    Papers We Love Belfast's book club has selected "Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs" (freely available under MIT licence, lots of versions available incl. https://github.com/sarabander/sicp-pocket) as our next book. The aim is to hold a monthly book club for programmers to get together and discuss a "must-read" CS text. Trello board (https://trello.com/b/62VsZyZj/papers-we-love-belfast-book-club) to vote for upcoming books. On May 19th we'll be discussing Chapters I and II. It is not required to read the book before attending the group, but probably recommended to get the most out of the discussion. Please consider joining us for lunch/coffee and some interesting conversation. Hope to see you there!

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  • Book Club - 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know, Part II

    Papers We Love Belfast's book club has selected "97 Things Every Programmer Should Know" (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Things-Every-Programmer-Should-Know/dp/0596809484 or https://jf-blog.fr/download/59/) as our next book. The aim is to hold a monthly book club for programmers to get together and discuss a "must-read" CS text. Trello board (https://trello.com/b/62VsZyZj/papers-we-love-belfast-book-club) to vote for upcoming books. On April 14th we'll be discussing the second half of the book, from the chapter "Learn to Say 'Hello World'" to the end. It is not required to read the book before attending the group, but probably recommended to get the most out of the discussion. Please consider joining us for lunch/coffee and some interesting conversation. Hope to see you there!

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  • Book Club - 97 Things Every Programmer Should Know

    Papers We Love Belfast's book club has selected "97 Things Every Programmer Should Know" (https://www.amazon.co.uk/Things-Every-Programmer-Should-Know/dp/0596809484 or https://jf-blog.fr/download/59/) as our next book. The aim is to hold a monthly book club for programmers to get together and discuss a "must-read" CS text. Trello board (https://trello.com/b/62VsZyZj/papers-we-love-belfast-book-club) to vote for upcoming books. On March 10th we'll be discussing the first half of the book, from the beginning up to and incl. "Learn to Estimate". It is not required to read the book before attending the group, but probably recommended to get the most out of the discussion. Please consider joining us for lunch/coffee and some interesting conversation. Hope to see you there!

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  • Book Club - How To Solve It

    Clements

    Papers We Love Belfast's book club has selected Polya's How To Solve It (https://www.amazon.co.uk/How-Solve-Mathematical-Princeton-Science/dp/069116407X/ref=dp_ob_title_bk) as our next book. The aim is to hold a monthly book club for programmers to get together and discuss a "must-read" CS text. Trello board (https://trello.com/b/62VsZyZj/papers-we-love-belfast-book-club) to vote for upcoming books. On February 10th we'll be discussing the full book to the end, it is not required to read the book before attending the group, but probably recommended to get the most out of the discussion. Please consider joining us for lunch/coffee and some interesting conversation. Hope to see you there!

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  • Book Club - The Mythical Man Month

    Clements

    Papers We Love Belfast's book club has selected The Mythical Man Month as our next book. The aim is to hold a monthly book club for programmers to get together and discuss a "must-read" CS text. Trello board (https://trello.com/b/62VsZyZj/papers-we-love-belfast-book-club) to vote for upcoming books. On January 13th we'll be discussing the full book to the end, it's not that long so hopefully this will be ok. It is not required to read the book before attending the group, but probably recommended to get the most out of the discussion. Please consider joining us for lunch/coffee and some interesting conversation. Hope to see you there!

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  • PWL Book Club #3 - "Category Theory For Programmers"

    Papers We Love Belfast's new and experimental book club has selected Milewski's Category Theory for Programmers (https://bartoszmilewski.com/2014/10/28/category-theory-for-programmers-the-preface/) as our first book. The aim is to hold a monthly book club for programmers to get together and discuss a "must-read" CS text. Trello board (https://trello.com/b/62VsZyZj/papers-we-love-belfast-book-club) to vote for upcoming books. On December 9th we'll be discussing the final chapters of the book, from Part 3: Chapter 4, "Monads: Programmers's Definition" to the end. It is not required to read the book before attending the group, but probably recommended to get the most out of the discussion. Please consider joining us for lunch/coffee and some interesting conversation. Hope to see you there!

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