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Sucking a little less at Software and Open Source - Nathans QGIS and GIS blog

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From a book review of two programmer focused books:

"The first book I started reading was About Face 3: The Essentials of Interaction Design. In my opinion this is a must read for anyone building software, or at least those who work with the UI and users. ...

"The second (free) book was brought to my attention by Brian on my Google+ feed, entitled Open Advice. Open Adivice is a collection of stories from people with differencing experience working on open source projects telling their stories on what they learnt and what they wish they had known when they started. The book aims to cover the answers to “”What would you have liked to know when you started contributing?”, which it does quite well."

http://woostuff.wordpress.com/2012/02/09/sucking-a-little-less-at-opensource/

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