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9 Books For Those Who Want To Be Successful In The World Of Technology

These books are essential reading for anyone who is considering a career in technology.

It is essential that you read as many books about your field as you can to enhance your career and boost your chances of success.

Technology careers are no different. The vast and endless wisdom of books is not a unique trait in other fields.

Bill Gates and Mark Zuckerberg, both tech giants, have started their own book clubs. Bill Gates stated that he reads over 50 books per year in 2015 and Zuckerberg said that he reads a book every two weeks. Both are well-known for their extensive recommendations.

Books can be used to facilitate innovation and technology in many ways. They create a space where all you want is possible.

Kevin Kelly, “The Inevitable”: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Shaping Our Future

This book was written by one of the most respected technology writers and thinkers in the world. It is a guide to the twelve technological imperatives which will transform our lives and shape the next 30 years.

Technology trends are driving a lot of the changes that will occur in the next 30 years. This book is a provocative and fascinating read. It shows how technology trends are driving the changes in our lives, from virtual reality at home to an on-demand economy and artificial intelligence embedded into every product we make. Kelly explains these deep tendencies, including interacting, cognizing and knowing, flowing and filtering, sharing, remixing and tracking, as well as how they interact and depend on one another.

Ashlee Vance, “Elon Musk: Tesla and SpaceX and The Search for a Fantastic Future”,

Following in the footsteps of “Steve Jobs”, “Moneyball”, and “Moneyball”, “Elon Musk” offers an informative and authoritative look into the extraordinary life and entrepreneurial spirit of Tony Stark, one of Silicon Valley’s most dynamic, unpredictable and ambitious entrepreneurs. It is a fascinating exploration of American invention’s renewal and the new “creators”.

Sheryl Sandberg, “Lean in: Women, Work and the Will to Lead”,

Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operating officers, is also co-author of “Option B”, with Adam Grant. She gave a riveting TED talk in 2010 where she spoke out about how women can withdraw from their careers unintentionally. Her talk has been viewed over six million times and encouraged women to “sit down at the table”, take risks, and seek out challenges.

“Lean In” continues the conversation by combining personal anecdotes with hard facts and compelling research to change the conversation from what women cannot do to what they can.

Sandberg provides practical advice about negotiating, mentoring, and building a fulfilling job. This book outlines the steps women can take in order to achieve professional success and personal fulfillment. It also shows how men can benefit by supporting women at work.

Ben Horowitz, “The Hard Thing about Hard Things: Building A Business When There Aren’t Easy Answers”,

Ben Horowitz is the co-founder of Andreessen Horowitz. He is also an experienced entrepreneur in Silicon Valley. His blog offers practical advice for how to start and manage a startup.

The Hard Thing About Hard Things is a book that Horowitz has written with humor and direct communication. It’s a great resource for veterans entrepreneurs as well as those looking to start their own startup, taking advantage of the often embarrassing experiences of Horowitz.

Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg, “How Google Works”,

Jonathan Rosenberg and Eric Schmidt, Google’s veteran executives, offer an insider’s view of Google. They provide a guide on everything from Google’s history and corporate strategy to creating a new management philosophy to fostering innovation and creativity.

Antonio Garcia Martinez, “Chaos Monkeys”: Obscene Fortune in Silicon Valley and Random Failure

Antonio Garcia Martinez, a former Twitter advisor, Facebook product manager, and founder/CEO of startups, presents “Liar’s Poker”, a humorous exposition on life in the tech bubble.

Adam Grant, “Originals: What Non-Conformists Do to Move the World”,

Adam Grant’s “Give and take” not only created a new paradigm for historical success but also made him one of the most engaging and provocative thinkers of his generation. He tackles the problem of improving the world again in “Originals”, but this time he does so from the perspective that he is original. He defends new ideas and values, challenges conformity, and opposes old traditions. How can we create new ideas, policies, and practices without putting everything at risk?

Calestous Juma, “Innovation and its Enemies: Why People Resist the New Technologies”

Artificial intelligence is reviving the debate on the effects of technology on employment. This is only one area where technology advances can lead to both hope and fear.

The book shows that new technology debates are often framed within the context of risk to moral values, health and safety. He argues, however, that these legitimate concerns are often based on deeper socio-economic considerations that are often overlooked.

Technological tensions can be exacerbated by the perception of technology’s benefits only for a small number of people, but the risks to a larger population. In the same way, innovations that could alter cultural identities are often a source of intense social concern. Societies with large economic and political inequalities will likely experience more technological controversies.

Duncan Clark, “Alibaba: The Home That Jack Ma Built”,

This is a gripping, insidious story about how a professor created one of the most valuable companies in the world, rivaling Amazon and Walmart. It also reshaped the global economic system.

Jack Ma, a humble man who began his career as an English teacher and built Alibaba into an international e-commerce giant that has hundreds of millions of customers. Chinese. Alibaba’s 25-billion IPO in 2014 was the biggest in the world. Jack is a symbol of China’s burgeoning private sector and the protector of hundreds of millions middle-class consumers.


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Hello I’m Victor Anguiano.

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As a former CEO of a tec-based company that is based in my hometown I decided a little while ago to start this blog. For me it's an outlet and a chance for me to relax and engage with my hobby which is all about technology. In fact, anything that revolves around technology, gadgets and technological breakthroughs and developments.

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