Institutionalization of UX

With the trends towards multiple screens for software applications and the success of Apple, the notion of User eXperience (UX) has gained a better visibility and recognition in the world of software development. The book “Institutionalization of UX” proposes a set of practices to institutionalize user experience design in software development organization.

Kanban for Skeptics

At the beginning of his book Kanban for skeptics, Nick Oostvogels says “By listing the 5 most common arguments against Kanban and my response to them, I hope to help people in their Kanban journey and build great organizations that create amazing products.”

Agile Culture

This book about Agile Culture is based on two major ideas: In today’s rapidly changing world, we need to unleash the talent of everyone in the organization. The combination of a culture of trust and everyone knowing and owning results is the foundation for innovation and motivation. As the Agile Manifesto values “individuals and interactions […]

Common System and Software Testing Pitfalls

In the preface of “Common System and Software Testing Pitfalls”, Donald G. Firesmith writes “You can think of this book as a catalog and repository of testing antipatterns: the pitfalls to avoid, how to mitigate their negative consequences if you can’t avoid them, and how to escape from them once you’ve fallen in. Like a […]