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The new one minute manager -  Ken Blanchard

Writing for busy readers -  Todd Rogers and Jessica Lasky-Fink

Just Enough Software Architecture: A Risk-Driven Approach - George Fairbanks

How to begin - Michael Stanier

Verbaal meesterschap - Remco Claassen

Cloud strategy - Gregor Hophe

A Philosophy of Software Design - John Ousterhout

Leaders eat last - Simon Sinek

Back to basics in leiderschap - Michel De Coster

Software Architecture Metrics - Christian Ciceri, Dave Farley, Neal Ford, Andrew Harmel-Law, Michael Keeling, Carola Lilienthal, João Rosa, Alexander von Zitzewitz, Rene Weiss, Eoin Woods

37 things One Architect Knows About IT Transformation - Gregor Hophe

The Infinite Game - Simon Sinek

The Advantage - Patrick Lencioni

Team Topologies

The Software Architect Elevator - Gregor Hohpe

Kubernetes Patterns

Software Engineering at Google

The 6 Types of Working Genius: A Better Way to Understand Your Gifts, Your Frustrations, and Your Team - Patrick Lencioni

Hit refresh - Satya Nadella

From monolith to microservices - Sam Newman

The Art of Agile Development - James Shore

The Motive - Patrick Lencioni

Creative Acts of Curious people - Sarah Stein Greenberg

Software Architecture - The hard parts

Five dysfunctions of a team - Patrick Lencioni

The ideal teamplayer - Patrick Lencioni

Think Again -  Adam Grant

Shape Up

Patterns of software -  Richard P. Gabriel

De bijenherder - Rini Van Solingen

Tiny Habits - BJ Fogg

Hiring Engineers -  Marianne Belotti

Fundamentals of Software Architecture: An Engineering Approach 1st Edition - Mark Richards & Neal Ford

A seat at the table - Mark Schwarz

Getting naked - Patrick Lencioni

Righting Software - Juval Lowy

Handson domain driven design with .NET Core - Alexey Zimarov

Radical Candor -  Kim Scott

The Coaching Habit - Michael Bungay Stanier

Mindset - Carol Dweck

Clean Architecture

Clean Coder

Clean Code

Software Engineers on their way to Pluto

Designing Reactive Systems - Hugh McKee

Data Structures Succintly Part 1 - Robert Horvick

From good to great

Release it! - Michael T. Nygard

Implementing Domain Driven Design

Domain Driven Design - Tackling complexity in the Heart of Software

Designing Autonomous Teams and Services

Scrum and XP from the trenches

Project to Product

Enterprise Integration Patterns

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