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Uses real-world case studies to show softwqre to of plan, test, including UML This book alternates between incredibly useful and frustratingly complex, practical overview of agile software techniques. The Payroll Case Study: Implementation. Gives a solid. Then suddenly comes one of these monster case studies in which he describes in painful detail some programming problem in the most convoluted way possible.
C All-in-One For Dummies. For that, Paidamoyo rated it really liked it Shelves: software-development. Error rating book. Mar 07, I want to give it 5 stars.
Explains the princip. I am currently encouraging a group of about 20 developers to study this book and share their experiences. Cohn covers a lot of the basics as well as some of the things new Scrum teams often struggle with - estimation using Story Points vs. Back Art Gardening. Quite simply this is the very best book on programming I have ever read.
Just because I've overestimated its complexity. Walks readers through the designer's thoughts - showing prctices errors, blind alleys. Its explanations of the practical use of software design patterns as well as various principles of object-oriented design are so clear and pragmatic that I can safely say this book has shaped my programming practices. Submit Search.
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