If you were confused about Rx or RxJava, this book does a great job of a practical explanation. Its still in early access as of 12/20/17.
Found this book to be very useful, good example problems and content just for your own enjoyment of solving if your not interviewing.
Much good advice in here, if your interested in being more professional.
An ancient Chinese text that loosely means "The way" however the nature of "Tao" is that it is unknown and cannot be translated. The Stephen Mitchell translation is recommended for westerners.
Your reality will change after reading this. If you are ready for enlightenment you will keep picking it up again.
An interesting story, recommended by a few sources to me.
Peer-to-peer for the web. No more central servers dictating uptime. More security features. View on github.
While less secure than virtualization, it has proven useful for a lot of things. Such as microservices, testing on difference environments and giving consistency to builds/deployment.
Lots of security patches due to this project from a google employee (see the trophy case).
This promises to be a modern, ruby-like, easy to use web framework that delivers the scalability and stability of the erlang virtual machine.
A nice solution for managing encryption and keys. Has a auto-encrypt file system and a chat client.