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Writing Effective Use Cases

Writing Effective Use Cases

by Alistair Cockburn
304 Pages · 2000 · 1.02 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
" Happiness doesn't result from what we get, but from what we give. ” ― Ben Carson
Peopleware
by Tom Demarco, Timothy Lister
272 Pages · 2013 · 3  MB · 2,507 Downloads · New!
Peopleware is computer programming, computer engineering, software design and software development book which discovers the secrets of software development. Tom DeMarco and Tim Lister are the authors of this impressive book. This is the whole new 3rd and updated edition of the book which already helps tens of thousands of engineers to pursue their goals. The development phase in software engineering involves plenty of things but we only knew about programming. Requirement gathering is the first phase for the project manager. This book covers the most effective ways of requirement gathering that saves time. What are the techniques that you should follow while asking the requirement from the stakeholders.
14 Habits of Highly Productive Developers
by Rocha Zeno
134 Pages · 2020 · 1 MB · 3,064 Downloads · New!
14 Habits of Highly Productive Developers is computer programming, software development, and programming tips book that contains essential tips to maximize the productivity of programmers. Rocha Zeno is the author of this impressive book. This guide contains the most popular frameworks along with the best programming languages. If you are superb in programming but still you need to avoid the bad habits to become a top developer. It does not share a straight forward formula of success and you have to follow multiple tips. Learn the best way to keep yourself up with all new technologies.
The Python Planner
by Orthi Rabbane
129 Pages · 2015 · 1 MB · 1,834 Downloads · New!
“The Python Planner: A complete beginner’s guide to building Python programs in 30 minutes a day” is a step by step guide book for the Python beginners. The Python Planner is written by the author Orthi Rabbane. In this book, Orthi shares a minimal and functional approach to learning Python for the complete beginner. Before starting this book, you don’t need any prior knowledge at all with Python to get used to this book. It will take the readers through all the basics in a well-researched, step by step fashion that helps build your knowledge at a good cadence.
Python Programming For Beginners In 2020
by James Tudor
145 Pages · 2015 · 4 MB · 4,007 Downloads · New!
The “Python Programming For Beginners In 2020: Learn Python In 5 Days with Step-By-Step Guidance, Hands-On Exercises And Solution – Fun Tutorial For Novice Programmers (Coding Crash Course)” is a step by step guide book for the beginners. James Tudor is the author of this excellent book. In this book, you will learn how to write the first code with Python. James shares numerous examples and screenshots that will help the reader and engage from start to end of the page. If you are all about learning, then this is the perfect book you need. It is a very nicely organized thorough book with well-formed Python concepts.
Continuous Delivery
by Jez Humble, David Farley
512 Pages · 2010 · 11.9 MB · 1 Downloads · New!
“Continuous Delivery: Reliable Software Releases through Build, Test, and Deployment Automation 1st Edition” is a great book on software development. Jez Humble and David Farley are the authors of this book. The book is all about perfect software development. It contains good information on many aspects like testing, development, and deployment. It sets out the principles and technical practices that enable rapid, incremental delivery of high quality, valuable new functionality to users. The book introduces state-of-the-art techniques, including automated infrastructure management and data migration, and the use of virtualization. Both of these authors covers the complex development topics automating all facets of building, integrating, testing, and deploying software, implementing deployment pipelines at team and organizational levels, improving collaboration between developers, testers, and operations, developing features incrementally on large and distributed teams, implementing an effective configuration management strategy, automating acceptance testing, from analysis to implementation and testing capacity and other non-functional requirements. This book also helps software developers in understanding the risk management and components and dependencies. In short, it is a great book on software development and we highly recommend it to all developers.
Scrum: a Breathtakingly Brief and Agile Introduction PDF
by Chris Sims, Hillary Louise Johnson
54 Pages · 2012 · 1.49 MB · 3 Downloads · New!
The book “Scrum: a Breathtakingly Brief and Agile Introduction” is great on Agile development and Scrum. Chris Sims and Hillary Louise Johnson are the guys behind this book. Chris Sims is a Certified Scrum Trainer and agile coach. He helps teams to improve their happiness and productivity since the turn of the century. He has made a living in roles such as scrum master, product owner, engineering manager, C++ developer, musician, and auto mechanic. Hillary Louise Johnson is an author and former business journalist. In this book, both of these authors give an introduction to agile methodologies especially for Scrum of course. It is a great book for people who would like to dive into scrum but have no idea about. It is clearly written, well-organized, and includes a little gentle humor. This book is specifically targeted to individuals with little or no prior knowledge of Scrum/Agile. It is a small book and can complete reading in less than 30 minutes.