Sto He talks about 4 agile frameworks It s been a while since I thought about XPI like that he asks you to count the number of computers in your life Did you remember to count things like your and DVR It was fun hearing the origin of the term checkout for source code "from out physical punch cards from the drawerThere are many good examples and stories throughout I liked Who "checking out physical punch cards from the drawerThere are many good examples and stories throughout I liked Who training the new people
The people who made the mess in the first place The people who made the mess in the first place The that the outer circle of Scrum is a highly efficient way to make a large mess The last two chapters were essays written by others but they fit well We are currently on lockdown due to coronavirus but I look forward to passing this book around when I see people again This book talks about the history of Agile and as the subtitle suggests the basics of it It also tries to bring some sanity to the subject Great to see Bob s perspective after 18 years of the Agile Summit in 2001 It was a pleasure for me to write the chapter on Software Craftsmanship and contribute to this book I m a Robert C Martin fan but this book is the same content from videos and other presentations all over repeated again There is nothing new Maybe for newcomers to the Uncle Bob world it can be fun to read and they can be delighted by his pragmatism However nothing new in the shop Maybe he could try with different content that we are not so used to from him such us functional programming for example Agile is like teenage sex all claim to be doing it but nobody really does properly This book offers a great introduction to the original foundations of Agile I feel this book is ust repeating all the essentials of earlier books in this Clean Code series Though it does add new materials taken from Uncle Bob s experience. Le Development How should an Agile team be organized What roles do programmers testers and managers play in an Agile team What is the role of the Agile Coach What about Agile for large projects What kinds of projects benefit from Agile Clean Agile Back to Basics is essential reading for programmers managers testers project managers and every software professional called upon to lead or participate in an agile projec. ,
Ave agile practitioners but coaches that bring no real value because they excel on the processes but not in the engineering or Jira haters or The list is very long for me So citing the book You might say that Agile has become something akin to a religion in the realm of software development So I strongly recommend to read it even if you agree or not with the ideas and conclusions This book is a ourney from the problems that Agile tried to solve passing into the solution proposed and how it s supposed to help and ending in what s the situation todayFor me is a must read and refreshing text This is probably not a must read but still a very interesting thoughtful and personal perspective on Agile Martin brings the often forgotten developers side to the euation and strongly advertises software craftsmanship as a way to incorporate the often forgotten and ignored parts of agile XP TDD Pair Programming into today s organizations With this the book is an important contribution to the history of agile Great back to basics overview and historical perspective A must read for everyone involved on software engineering Well if you really want uality and functional software whether you are an engineer or an executive This book is an oasis of knowledge and principles in times like these when Agile is being totally misinterpreted by people who want
to do old unprofessional and ineffective management practices with new agile names roles and complex scaled frameworksdo old unprofessional and ineffective management practices with new agile names roles and complex scaled frameworks has tons of experience results and skin in the game in "form of sentences This book was a mix of memory lane tips and essays from othersThe preface explains that this is "of sentences
This Book Was A Mixbook was a mix memory lane tips and essays from othersThe preface explains that this is small book because it solves a small problem The author reminisces about the the Snowbird meeting and the start tho the agile manife. R books Martin's Clean Agile Back to Basics doesn't merely present multiple choices and options and say use your best udgment it tells you what choices to make and why those choices are critical to your success Writing in the agile context Martin offers direct no nonsense answers to crucial uestions likeHow and why did Agile begin What are the costs and benefits of Agile What are the most effective practices of Agi. It s good to be reminded what was Agile is it a noun now all about in the
Beginning Before It Became Distortedbefore it became distorted all recognition by the industry The book should probably be obligatory for everyone working in IT Although I don t agree with everything especially with the critiue of Agile Lifecycle Management ALM systems and I don t think that implementation of the presented practices is as easy as Uncle Bob says If it would be that easy there wouldn t be so much struggle especially in big organizations What I did like is how savage Uncle Bob is about Agile certification programs Some uotes The Agile certifications that exists are complete oke and ut This book is not an
INTRODUCTORY TEXT INDEED IT REUIRES THATtext Indeed it reuires that d been in the software industry for the last years because it s a deep analysis of the Agile movement and how and why it was created and how it has evolved and adopted by the teams and companiesRobert Martin s vision is clear here The Agile ideas were good They tried to solve common problems that the development companies had all around the world But since its release the ideas and principles were turned into a completely different animal And that s the impression of one of the Agile Manifesto authorsIf you read this book you probably realize that you were already lived some of the situations described there And probably if you are in contact with the community you were also readheard about the problems of the Agile movement nowadays I love the concepts and ideas that make Agile up but as Robert Martin also thinks this is a little out of controlAgile became an industry and now it looks like it s important to have an extensive amount of badges and certifications to know how to scale a thing that it s not intended to be done at scale to not Twenty years after the Agile Manifesto was first presented the legendary Robert C Martin Uncle Bob reintroduces agile values and principles for a new generation of software developers In this eagerly awaited book the best selling author of The Clean Coder shows how to bring unprecedented levels of professionalism and discipline to agile development and thereby write far effective successful software As with his othe.