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    Asinine unambitious narrow incomplete Some of the groundbreaking advice contained herein Sort your work by priority and do the highest priority ones first Do a high level class design before you write object orien

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    Ship It A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects by Jared Richardson and William Gwaltney Jr is a bit of mixed bag There i

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    I like Am I doing this right? parts the most They help us to check some uestions if we're on the right path The cost of adding a feature isn't just the time it takes to code it The cost also includes the addition of an obstacle to future expansion the trick is to pick the features that don't fight each other Tools and Infrastructure1 Develop in a SandboxEvery dev has their own sandbox to play in without disturbing other

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    I saw Jared Richardson speak He's a great speaker but he seemed to indicate that scrum wasn't really such a solid winner in the agile methodology space when the book was written This is apparent as he seems to take some ideas from scrum when

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    Practical handbook that help team to move from dark side to light and become a jedi Most important thing is sharing authors expirience that based on a work in different companies with different sizes After you have read this book you will understand not only the weak points of your development organization process but can change situation in the right direction

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    Ship ItA collection of lessons learned by various developers in the trenches The book starts off with a uote of Aristotle We are what we repeatedly do Excellence then is not an act but a habit The book strengthens this argument by stating Extraordinary products are merely side effects of good habits So the first tip of the book is Choose your habits Do not follow something just because it is popular or well known or is practised by others a

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    Though some pieces of advice in this book do look obvious in 2019 you'll most likely find a couple of good and simple ideas that can make you focused and productive I found The List particularly useful for my envir

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    This book contains short guide and many extremely practical advises I do think that some of them should be substituted with newer list of CI systems and etc BUT advises themselves not outdated at all I highly recommend to read this book for people who has legacy code to work with or projects that are in the stale state

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    It is a good book but very old and most of the suggestions have already become de facto standard in the industry Thus 4 stars

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    Ship ItBy Jared Richardson and William Gwaltney JrCopyright 2007Reviewed January 2008 by Anthony DeLucaI originally perceived Ship It to be different than it turned out I expected the book to be geared towards how to ship complex software suites that contained multiple products Perhaps it is because that was the information I was

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Ship It is a collection of tips that show the tools and techniues a successful project team has to use and how to use them well You'll get uick easy to follow advice on modern practices which to use and when they should be applied This book avoids current fashion trends and marketing hype; instead readers find page after page of solid advice all tried and tested in the real worldAimed at beginning to intermediate programmers Ship It will show youWhich tools help and which don't How to keep a. I like Am I doing this right parts the most They help us to check some uestions if we re on the right path The cost of adding a feature isn t just the time it takes to code it The cost also includes the addition of an obstacle to future expansion the trick is to pick the features that don t fight each other Tools and Infrastructure1 Develop in a SandboxEvery dev has their own sandbox to play in without disturbing other devs It applies to all resources source code database instances web services on which you de

free download Ship it! A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects

Ship it! A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects

D Ship It begins by introducing the common technical infrastructure that every project needs to get the job done Readers can choose from a variety of recommended technologies according to their skills and budgets The next sections outline the necessary steps to get software out the door reliably using well accepted easy to adopt best of breed practices that really workFinally and most importantly Ship It presents common problems that teams face then offers real world advice on how to solve th. It is a good book but very old and most of the suggestions have already become de facto standard in the industry Thus 4 stars The Big Golden Book of Poetry recommended technologies according to their skills and budgets The next sections outline the necessary steps to get software out the door Wild Man Creek (Virgin River, really workFinally and most importantly Ship It presents common problems that teams face then offers

free read ä eBook or Kindle ePUB õ Jared Richardson

Project moving Approaches to scheduling that work How to build developers as well as product What's normal on a project and what's not How to manage managers end users and sponsors Danger signs and how to fix them Few of the ideas presented here are controversial or extreme; most experienced programmers will agree that this stuff works Yet 50 to 70 percent of all project teams in the US aren't able to use even these simple well accepted practices effectively This book will help you get starte. Ship ItA collection of lessons learned by various developers in the trenches The book starts off with a uote of Aristotle We are what we repeatedly do Excellence then is not an act but a habit The book strengthens this argument by stating Extraordinary products are merely side effects of good habits So the first tip of the book is Choose your habits Do not follow something just because it is popular or well known or is practised by others around youThe author says that there are three aspects that one needs to