10 edition of Ship it! A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects found in the catalog.
June 1, 2005
by Pragmatic Bookshelf
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||200|
Ship It!: A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects-- by Jared Richardson, Will Gwaltney, Jr. Yes, I love The Pragmatic Bookshelf, they publish great sources of informations and inspirations! By mapping A Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK® Guide) 9 core areas of knowledge to agile principles and best practices this paper will outline the Project Managers role and how Agile can help your software projects deliver success. Introduction Project Management Institute (PMI®) does not mean Waterfall Methodology.
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Ship It. is Ship it! A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects book collection of tips that show the tools andtechniques a successful project team has to use, and how to use themwell. You'll get quick, easy-to-follow advice on modernpractices: which to use, and when they should be applied.
This bookavoids current fashion trends and marketing hype; instead, readersfind page after page of solid advice, all tried and tested in thereal world/5(32).
I haven't had the chance to read and review any books from the Pragmatic Programmers series. I decided to change that with the book Ship It. - A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects by Jared Richardson and William Gwaltney Jr. After finishing the book, I put in an order for a few more titles/5.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.4/5(11). Get this from a library. Ship it!: a practical guide to successful software projects. [Jared R Richardson; William Atwill Gwaltney; Pragmatic Programmers (Firm)] -- Ship It.
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This book is not theory book that leaves you with many questions and no idea how to move along. Instead, you get an good idea about how to develop software and manage software projects successfully. Ship It. is a collection of tips that show the tools andtechniques a successful project team has to use, and how to use themwell.
You'll get quick, easy-to-follow advice on modernpractices: which to use, and when they should be applied. This bookavoids current fashion trends and marketing hype; instead, readersfind page after page of solid advice, all tried and tested in thereal world/5(10).
Many software projects run into trouble, and many never ship at all. Others run like well-oiled machines. This book shows you the basics of how to get your project well on the road to success.
Ship It. bucks current fashion trends and marketing hype; instead, you'll find page after page of solid advice, all tried and tested in the real world: a collection of tips that show you what tools a 4/5(). The subtitle of the book is ``A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects'' and this gives a clue to the nature of the book.
It is essentially a handbook of best practice as collected by the authors over their lengthy careers and varied roles. The real strength of the book. 독서일지에서 언급한 Ship it. A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects을 다 읽었다.
Behind Closed Doors (Pragmatic Programmers)는 읽고 있는 중인데, 두 책은 서로를 보완하고 Closed Doors는 인력관리, 효과적인 회의 등을 중점적으로 다룬다.반면, Ship it!의 저자는 개발자로 시작해서 매니저로 경력을 쌓았다.
In Delivering Successful Projects with TSP SM and Six Sigma: A Practical Guide to Implementing Team Software Process SM, you will learn how to effectively manage the development of a software project and deliver it in line with customer expectations.
This refreshing volume —. The Practical Guide to Project Management 7 Preface Preface This book is designed to help you understand the theory, tools, techniques and key success factors for you to succeed in your projects.
We will be looking at all aspects of managing projects – from the technical checklists to the soft skills.
Get this from a library. Ship it!: a practical guide to successful software projects. [Jared R Richardson; William A Gwaltney]. The practical handbook of software project management -- by practitioners, for practitioners.
Identifies and teaches 34 essential project management skills and competencies. Covers the entire project lifecycle, and all three key success factors: process, project, and people. Endorsed by the Software Quality Institute. This is a practical, start-to-finish guide to project management for every 4/5(3).
This book gives practical, real-world advice/examples. It’s a great book to give out if you run a team of project managers. But save one for your own bookshelf, as you’ll also gain value from this book.
Industry-specific project management books. The books listed above are great for any project manager, regardless of industry.
Good project management is what makes the real work a success. Bad or missing project management can taint and nullify the efforts of even the most talented people.
It doesn’t matter how brilliant your work is if the project as a whole is twice as ex-pensive as intended, or a year late. This is not to say that the real work isn’t import. Authored by James Bennett, a major contributor to the Django project, who currently acts as the project’s software release manager Introduces readers to Django by way of the creation of practical, real-world projects such as a content management system, blogging solution, and social networking.
The Six Step Guide to Practical Project Management e-Book by Jose Maria Delos Santos Published Ap Updated Ap MindGenius is a mind mapping software that enables users to capture their ideas, visualize information, plan projects and manage tasks.
A Practical Guide to Implement Oracle E-Business Suite is must read for all members of companies planning Oracle implementation including stakeholders, project managers, team members and consultants alike, it provides insight into the intricacies and efforts for implementing very complex package, Oracle E-Business Suite.
A detailed, easy to follow, comprehensive, and practical book aimed at people who want to take software project estimation beyond the usual cursory treatment it receives. Includes detailed discussions of various techniques, guidance for specific estimation challenges, and reference tables on the applicability of the covered approaches.
Learn more about this book and buy it on Learn more about this book and buy it on : Jared Richardson: Ship it. A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects This book is a collection of tips that show the tools and techniques a successful project team has to use, and how to use them well.
I have read most of those books and agree with your opinion except for the Joel UI book and the Founders at Work book. Both of which I found dull and real strugle to read. I can definitely recommend the new Bob Walsh book – Startup Success Guide.
This is the best book available (IMO) for the software. A Software Developer’s Guide to Side Projects. I don’t know a single software developer who hasn’t thought of starting a side project.
I, myself, have had many different side projects throughout my career. Well, I should be more clear by saying that I started many side projects throughout my career.
* Ship It! A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects by Jared Richardson and William Gwaltney Jr. [The Pragmatic Programmers, ISBN:pp, $ US, [c]] * How to Cheat at IT Project Management by Susan Snedaker [Syngress, ISBN:pp, $ US, [c]].