Hello all!

I work as a software developer at a some what startup-ish company. I’m mostly self taught with a slightly off topic degree. So hunting down reputable outlets for industry best practices for methodologies I use regularly is always something I try to pursue. I follow trends and read plenty of documentation when I get into a framework or platform but things can always slip through the cracks. Most especially since I have very few tech oriented co-workers and not much industry experince myself.

On a recent episode, the name is slipping my mind, Rym mentioned he was reading one such book for REST API’s. It was related to the studio ghibli database website I believe.

Does anyone happen to know which book he was referring to?


Knowing Rym’s opinion on tech books, it was likely either RESTful Web Services or REST in Practice from O’Reilly.