For those who talk codes, dream C, walk C++ and chat microchips, something that belongs to a non- technology background would be really difficult to read. We suggest a few books you could gift someone…
Tech geeks and books – doesn’t really make sense, does it?
Yet how much ever you feel like denying it, the knowledge from one of such books is somewhere responsible in turning the fellow into a moving technological library.
For those who talk codes, dream C, walk C++ and chat microchips, something that belongs to a non- technology background would be really difficult to read.
We suggest a few books you could gift someone who breathes technology and sleeps technology.
The Master Switch
Though it’s been a few years since the book was launched, there’s a lot of history (technological history) included in this book. With its focus only on AT&T, the Master Switch has established itself as one of the most important books written about the history of communications industry around the globe. The author Tim Wu believes that Internet may not be a certain tool for freedom of speech and makes some predictions on how is it going to affect the world if it becomes too powerful.
WorldChanging: A User’s guide for 21st century
A book that proves the advancement of technology in today’s date. Worldchanging serves a purpose to evoke environmental friendliness through technology. Does not matter if the reader is a PHP developer or an android developer, the book offers a plethora of innovative solutions for the future, to make a better tomorrow.
The book may not be totally into technology, but is a non fictional insight into life of a person, known as the smartest and most ruthless leaders in the industry. Apple was not his only brainchild. The author Walter Isaacson emphasizes on the other findings of Steve Jobs, and narrates how failures in technology leads to yet another success.
The Zen of CSS Design
A perfect book for web designers, The Zen of CSS Design is a collection of cases that explain the procedure adopted by thirty six designers to make use the finest technology in web designing. If you’re worried about gifting someone who is totally into IT, this could be the perfect gift.
You are not a gadget
For a tech geek, it is not an easy task to view technology from a critical point. You are not a gadget though meant for techies, includes philosophical arguments for anyone who prefers blogs and e-books to reading. The author Jaron Lanier, believes that the internet has not lived upto its expectations. The critical examination of technology stands as the USP of the book.
Tech geeks spend most of their time delved in technology. Books play saviours during tests, but talking of those addicted to technology, they create knowledge that provides acceleration to their career.