Discover to Deliver is a book which aims is to help you to deliver a product that will please your customer. To achieve this goal, the book proposes a toolbox of techniques that are taken from multiple disciplines, from business analysis to software testing or product delivery.
Executable Specifications with Scrum starts with a strong statement: “This book aims to solve the recurring challenge encountered by many software development teams: They do not build the right software.” This is an ambitious goal, especially when you want to achieve it in a little bit more than 100 pages.
Esther Derby writes in the foreword: ” Effective retrospectives help teams short-circuit ingrained patterns of thinking. They broaden each team member’s perspective, and help teams think, learn, decide, and act together”. Getting Value out of Agile Retrospectives is a free e-book written by Luis Gonçalves and Ben Linders that offers guidance to help Agile and […]
When the authors describe the purpose of Beyond Agile, they write “one of the constant criticisms of all management styles and fads is that they seldom come with real in-the-field case studies”. There are many books that deal with the adoption of Agile, Scrum or Kanban and explain what you should do to improve your […]
This is the third edition of the Peopleware book written by Tom DeMarco and Timothy Lister, published for the first time in 1987. This book is a classical work that has emphasized for a long time the importance of people in software development. As the authors write it: ” The major problems of our work […]