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 […]
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.
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.”
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 […]