Book Review

I review books for fun


When you start to ask around to architects in IT be it purely IT or software, system, solutions, cloud, enterprise… there is this one book that is always coming back in the discussions. The Software Architect Elevator by Gregor Hohpe. Gregor and I have never met but I can relate […]

The Software Architect Elevator: review


Sur un ton un peu moins corporate que d’habitude, voici une première revue littéraire en français, et peut-être pas la dernière. C’est Eki-Libre qui ouvre le bal. Attention, en tant que fan boy, il y a parti pris. Eki-Libre a été écrit par Kriss, YouTuber français vétéran en questionnement permanent. […]

Eki-Libre: review




As working closely with IT systems, this is the book I wish I have read a long time ago. Written by David Kennedy, Jim O’Gorman, Devon Kearns and Mati Aharoni, all working in Security and contributing to security tools, the book describes precisely how a modern professional attack against an IT infrastructure is […]

Metasploit: The Penetration Tester’s Guide


English Version: A nice book to discover HTML5 and the futur of the web. The author, Mark Pilgrim Engineer at Google, is describing the main features of HTML5 from the very basic level like new semantic elements: <audio>, <video>, <header>, <footer> to  the most advanced use of canvas, geolocalisation, local […]

HTML5: Up and Running by Mark Pilgrim