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I’ve read nothing better on the subject of OO design. This book explains those fundamental concepts in very clear and easy way libri follow. The political games, personality problems and poor planning issues are all covered in this book plus ways to handle them. Amazon Second Chance Donar, intercambiar, dar una segunda vida.
I recommend this book for anyone who is a project manager by title, or who is the de-facto lead on software projects, or wants to be, or may have this sort of greatness thrust upon them. It helped me recognize at the very least, a death march project when I see one.
From Journeyman to Master. This book is not for beginners, though some beginners will get a lot out of it.
Amazon Second Chance Donar, intercambiar, dar una segunda vida. But you won’t just recognize your reality: Yourdon covers the entire project lifecycle, systematically addressing every key issue participants face: The longer I work in the IT field, the more books like this become more valuable. I gave this as a gift to a first-time, young project lead and as predicted, the project is now in dire shape.
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Did he read and heed Yourdan’s cautions. Amazon Business Servicio para clientes de empresa. No matter what your role–developer, project leader, line-of-business manager, or CxO–you’ll find realistic, usable solutions. The inside flap reads “Managing “Mission Impossible” Projects. The inside flap reads “Managing “Mission Impossible” Projects. Reading the second edition reminded me of what I disliked about the first. Did he read and heed Yourdan’s cautions.
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I gave this as a gift to a first-time, young project lead and as predicted, the project is now in dire shape. Regarding the negative reviews, I think the problem is that people with insufficient background are missing the point of the book.
I would prefer the book to be entirely on the CD so I could travel with it and use it for reference on occasion.
This is a must have! If you are a Java programmer, ask yourself the following fundamental questions: The Mythical Man Month: Definition of software developer – a person concerned with facets of the software development process, including the research, design, programming, and testing of computer software. Historically, all software projects have involved a certain degree of risk and pressure — but many of the projects in today’s chaotic business environment involve such intense pressure that they are referred to colloquially as “death-march” projects — i.
I had just survived [barely] my first death march project, and I thought it offered some good, retrospective advice. To program effectively in Java, one should know the difference between Interface, Class, abstract Class, composition, inheritance, and polymorphisms.
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Kindle Ligro Publishing Publica tu libro en papel y digital de manera independiente. The authors are guilty of assuming some OOD background from their readers. I recommend this book to anyone who has to work in IT, or manage any type of project.
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It includes new information pertaining to design issues in JDK 1. Strategies, Patterns and Applications. Some of the now in retrospect very basic concepts clear explanations of “what I know, who I know, etc.