Keeping Software Soft

Why should we keep software soft? Because software should be easy to change. This is how this book from Jason Roberts starts. In the first page, he writes ” If you want to make developing software a

The Art of Visualising Software Architecture

“The Art of Visualising Software Architecture” is a book written by Simon Brown to discuss the problem of the representation of software architecture. For the author, software developers mostly lack the skills needed for an effective visual

97 Things Every Programmer Should Know – Extended

Based on the original concept of “97 Things Every Programmer Should Know” developed by Kevin Henley, Shirish Padalkar presents in this book 68 essays about software development that were part of the original project, but were not

Software Configuration Management Handbook

This book is the third edition of the Software Configuration Management Handbook written by Alexis Leon. The first edition was first published in 2000. This books aims to explain what software configuration management is and how it