The Incremental Commitment Spiral Model (ICSM) book is based on the initial work of Barry Boehm about the Spiral Model in 1988. According to the authors ” Most of the problems in using the 1988 spiral model stemmed from users looking at the diagram and constructing processes that had nothing to do with the underlying […]
Fifty Quick Ideas to Improve your User Stories is another book from Gojko Adzic, a consultant and author that already produced some very good books like Impact Mapping and Specification by Example. The goal of this book is to help people involved with Agile requirements to improve their discussion with the stakeholders and the planning […]
With their book “Introduction to Agile Methods”, Sondra Ashmore and Kristin Runyan have the goal to provide an introduction of the wide landscape of Agile software development approaches. A very ambitious goal in my mind. From the start, you quickly see that the content has a strong “textbook” flavor and this review might have a […]
There are many books about software testing, but I will put Quality Code in the best that I have read. It presents a philosophy about software testing that has been mine in my software developer life: the programmer is the main person responsible for the quality of its code.
Mary and Tom Poppendieck summarize the objective of the “Lean Mindset” book in the introduction: “we present a mental model of how to design and deliver amazing products that delight customers”. Following the same idea that you should “be Agile” and not only “do Agile”, the book explains how to build the mental model to […]