The Unwritten Laws of Engineering felt like having a conversation with a mentor. Packed with honest and direct advice for early engineers to help guide them through working in a professional setting. A valuable book for anyone working in a technical field as well as more experienced individuals to brush up on some soft skill fundamentals.
Reading older books that can stand the test of time and focus on principles is something that I've been prioritizing to increase the quality of books I read. The Unwritten Laws of Engineering seemed to be good for those who are new in the field and need some guidance and foundation. It's often hard to pick up the unwritten laws, you often get them through scattered conversations, so to have them in one place through this book seems like a good deal.
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