Books I read in 2020

Last year has been special in many ways. There would be countless things to mourn about, but one bright side was the extended opportunity to read and learn. After some weeks of after-hours idleness, I went to read a couple of fine books that I collected on my wishlist for times like these.

  • Greg McKeown: “Essentialism”
  • Matthew Walker: “Why We Sleep”
  • Nassim Nicholas Taleb: “Skin In The Game”
  • Caroline Wong: “Security Metrics”
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson “Trust Thyself”
  • CISSP All-in-One Exam Guide
  • CISSP Study Guide
  • CISSP Practice Tests
  • Thomas Sowell: “Basic Economics”
  • Gustave Le Bon: “The Crowd: A Study of the Popular Mind”
  • Greg Van Der Gaast: “Rethinking Infosec”
Less, but better. Teleport and GitLab
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