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Book : Agile Analytics
on 2012/6/5 2:00:00 (4542 reads)
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The goal of this book is to provide an adaptation of the Agile development approach to the specific characteristics of Datawarehouse (DW) and Business Intelligence (BI) systems development. The book is divided into two parts. The first focuses on Agile project management techniques and delivery team coordination. The second part focuses on the technical methods that are necessary to enable continuous delivery of software.

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Book : Lean Integration
on 2011/11/9 4:57:10 (2870 reads)
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The book is divided in three parts. The first part provides an overview of Lean integration. The second part introduces the seven Lean integration principles and the last part discusses lean integration competency areas.

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Book : Agile Game Development with Scrum by Clinton Keith
on 2011/6/14 4:43:51 (3184 reads)
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Keith Clinton has written a book that provides both an overall vision of the Agile and Scrum approaches combined with a detailed practice of these principles in the specific context of game software development. It gives therefore also a good introduction to the software practices of the gaming industry. 

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Book : Adaptive Project Framework by Robert Wysocki
on 2011/1/25 6:43:18 (3074 reads)
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In the category of project management books, this one is a little bit different, as its goal is to present an open framework and not a prescriptive model.

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Book : The Jazz Process by Adrian Cho
on 2010/12/9 6:06:48 (3240 reads)
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I must admit that I was initially a little bit skeptical on a book about agility coming out from IBM. I was wrong. Although you will find a little bit of “bigblueness” in the content, I really enjoy reading this book that propose a deep and interesting perspective on the team dimension of software development with multiple references to the jazz and sports domains.

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Book : Coaching Agile Teams by Lyssa Adkins
on 2010/11/22 3:10:00 (2891 reads)
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Transmitting human experience through written material is not easy. As Rachel Davies did in “Agile Coaching”, Lyssa Adkins manages to do it brilliantly in this book that covers the same topic. Based on her own experience of “recovering command-and-control project manager”, she write about all the circumstances where you can coach people, explaining both what you should and shouldn’t do.

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Book : Succeeding with Agile by Mike Cohn
on 2010/9/7 0:48:28 (2403 reads)
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Now that Agile has established itself as the dominant new trend in software development, the number of books that deal with this topic is increasing every day. Besides the fact that Mike Cohn is a recognized expert in the area of agile project management, why should you buy his book rather any other book published on the same topic? After reading it, I will say that not only you should buy it, but rather you HAD to buy it.

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Book : Lean Agile Software Development
on 2010/6/24 0:50:43 (2191 reads)
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The goal of this book is to propose a vision of Agile software development that goes behind the current practices, more specifically Scrum, to integrate the principles of Lean development. To achieve this objective, the authors draw on their own experience in Agile consulting.

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Book : Leading Lean Software Development – Results are not the Point
on 2010/3/9 0:04:56 (2320 reads)
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What fascinates me the most in the Lean software development approach is the quality of the people that support it. The Poppendieck are not an exception to this rule. Their book achieves the seemingly contradictory goals of being very insightful but still easy and captivating to read. It might be however easier to have the right flow when you are a Lean adept ;o)

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Book : Debug It!
on 2010/2/17 3:47:16 (1741 reads)
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This book provides a structured approach that will help programmers to identify and remove bugs in code. It is based on a four steps process: Reproduce, Diagnose, Fix, Reflect. For each activity, the author provides practical material on how perform it. The second part gives a higher vision of the debugging process and deal with topics like communicating with users or prioritizing bugs treatment. Finally, the book discusses special situations and the relationship between bugs and other areas of software development (source control, build, etc.).

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