|Software Development Pearls (Addison-Wesley)|
|Wednesday, 08 December 2021|
You can't afford to make every mistake yourself and this book, subtitled "Lessons from Fifty Years of Software Experience" aims to help you improve faster and bypass much of the pain by learning from others who already climbed the learning curves. Drawing on 25+ years helping software teams succeed, Karl Wiegers has crystallized 60 concise, practical lessons for all your projects, regardless of your role, industry, technology, or methodology.
Wiegers's insights and specific recommendations cover six crucial elements of success: requirements, design, project management, culture and teamwork, quality, and process improvement. For each, Wiegers offers First Steps for reflecting on your own experiences before you start; detailed Lessons with core insights, real case studies, and actionable solutions; and Next Steps for planning adoption in your project, team, or organization.
Author: Karl Wiegers
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