Recently, I read a LinkedIn post which inspired me to write this post. You can find the post here: My Year in Books.
I decided to share my magical list with the books read in 2022. Although almost all of the books are technical books, I believe that you will find a title which suits your reading habits and will satisfy your thirst for new knowledge.
97 Things Every Cloud Engineer Should Know: Collective Wisdom From the Experts
This book shares different views from different people working in the IT domain on what a Cloud Engineer should know.
DevOps For Dummies
If you are new to DevOps this book will provide you with enough information to understand what DevOps is and how to integrate this culture in your organization.
Kubernetes – Up and Running, 2e: Dive Into the Future of Infrastructure
You can read my thoughts on this book here: Thoughts on “Kubernetes Up & Running”
AWS Certified Solutions Architect – Associate (SAA-C02) Cert Guide (Certification Guide)
You may consider this book, if you would like to expand your knowledge in AWS. This book will help you to pass the exam SAA-C02. For the new version of the exam, you will need to read additional material.
Red Hat RHCSA 8 Cert Guide: EX200 (Certification Guide)
You may consider this book, if you would like to expand your knowledge on Linux in general and Red Hat in particular. This book will help you to pass the Red Hat exam EX200.
Solutions Architect’s Handbook: Kick-start your career as a solutions architect by learning architecture design principles and strategies, 2nd Edition
You may consider this book, if you would like to expand your knowledge on cloud in general and AWS in particular.
Personal development books
Skip the Line: Ingenious, Simple Strategies to Propel Yourself to Wealth, Success and Happiness
In this book, James Altucher shares his perspective on how to improve your life and skip the line in achieving your dreams.
Ikigai: The Japanese secret to a long and happy life
Only staying active will make you want to live a hundred years
If you are interested in the Japanese Secret to a long and happy life, you will find this book very interesting and it will change your perspective on life.
Ghost In The Wires: My Adventures as the World’s Most Wanted Hacker
If you are interested in Cyber Security and would like to know how a hacker lives and how Social Engineering is taking place in real life, take some time and read this book. It describes the story behind the world’s most wanted hacker.
I hope you will find an interesting title from this list and will read it in 2023. Until then, I wish you Happy New Year! 🙂
PS: If you enjoyed reading a book from this list, please leave your comment with the title of the book.