During my career I had the pleasure to author books related to Software Engineering,
I'm primarily interested in showing different points of view over areas where developers usually have a basic understanding but might lack a more in depth knowledge.
For example, in Crafting Test Driven Software with Python I approach testing from the point of view of creating, growing and maintaining a complex testing suite and how testing evolves together with the complexity of the software. I tried to write a book that would be different from one more book explaining how to write tests.
In Modern Python Standard Library Cookbook,
I approached the standard library from
the point of view of showing new and interesting ways the standard Python modules
can be used. Showing for example how to write a Redis clone in few lines of code
combining the shelve and multiprocessing modules.