Agile Books

The Clean Coder: A Code of Conduct for Professional Programmers | Book Series

Overview: The book is authored by the famous legendary software expert Robert C. Martin. In this book, the author gives a practical advice on how to go about estimating on refactoring codes, and testing. He introduces new disciplines, techniques, tools, and practices that help a software developer to wear the hat of a true software craftsmanship. The book covers much more than the techniques: it gives the mindset a software developer has to carry with self-respect, honor, and pride for work; work with honesty, and understand the responsibilities.


Robert C. Martin

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Agile Books

Agile Management for Software Engineering: Applying the Theory of Constraints for Business Results | Book Series

Overview: This business book is particularly about software development and management. This book tries to eliminate the misconceptions of using experience-based predictions in the development process and the rough estimation that are quite often in software development teams.  It’s a known fact that agile methods have resulted in achieving a healthy balance between, a strict process and individual’s time capability. David J. Anderson as the author of this book tries to bring into focus, how agility helps to gain the balance between business goals and individual’s capability, and overcome the complexities in software teams.


David J. Anderson

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