- Taschenbuch: 204 Seiten
- Verlag: Pragmatic Programmers, LLC, The; Auflage: 1 (11. Juli 2017)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 097451408X
- ISBN-13: 978-0974514086
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 19 x 1,7 x 22,9 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 1 Kundenrezension
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 105.197 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Practices of an Agile Developer: Working in the Real World (Pragmatic Bookshelf) (Pragmatic Programmers) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 11. Juli 2017
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""I was familiar with some of the practices mentioned since I own other books from The Pragmatic Bookshelf, but this book brings a lot of those ideas together and presents them in an clear, concise, organized, format. I would highly recommend this book to a new developer or to a development team that wanted to get 'agile, '.""--Scott Splavec, Senior Software Engineer
""This book helps you understand what you are missing, or what you can do better. Practices of an Agile Developer makes it easy to become agile, or get even better at it.""--Steffen Gemkow, Managing Director, ObjectFab GmbH
The practices that make a software project successful are usually missing in those projects that fail. These are the practices, habits, ideas and approaches that make that critical difference between success and failure. By following these better practices you can show yourself, your teammates and your managers real results, and begin to effect a broader change for your whole project. This book covers practices in five areas: Development Process While Coding Developer Attitude Project and Team Management Iterative and Incremental Learning These practices provide guidelines that will help you succeed in delivering and meeting the user's expectations, even if the domain is unfamiliar. You'll be able to keep normal project pressure from turning into disastrous stress while writing code, and see how to effectively coordinate mentors, team leads, and developers in harmony. The one wealth that grows as we give is knowledge. But this is also the one wealth that may be hardest to obtain. It takes effort, especially in a field as dynamic as software development. This book shows you why keeping up with change is important, and provides options to make it work for you.Alle Produktbeschreibungen
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This book, however, tops them all in terms of:
- Writing style,
- Organization and tips,
- Ideas that are presented, and
- Overall usefulness.
I love the writing style that Andy Hunt and Venkat Subramaniam use throughout the book. They are very fluid writers, and have no problem expressing complex thoughts simply.
So, onto things in the book!
Each chapter contains several small sub-sections, each of which is a few pages in length. They all start with a quote from a devil (your lazy programmer side), and then explain a certain agile methodology, and finish with an angel quote (your *good* programming side).
I found that each sub-section is structured in the best possible way to really explain why a method is better than another, how it should feel when you do it the right way, and what it is all about.
Each chapter also explains how to transition yourself (and your team) to use the new agile methods successfully, which was a HUGE bonus. So many books talk about why agile is good, and how it rocks, but can't explain how to get people to start using it.
In my own experience, it is easy to want to improve my own work, but I have a hard time motivating my peers to do the same.
If you're looking for an amazing book that will help you (and your team) write smarter, faster, simpler, and more flexible code, than you need to read this book.
I DEFINITELY plan to read "Pragmatic Starter Kit" books, "Ship It!" and "The Productive Programmer" as soon as I can. I am convinced these will all make me a better developer.
I'm leaving 5 stars but I'm not paid for this nor do I get items for free.