(Pdf Kindle) [Ship it! A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects] author Jared Richardson

R file tself size permitting Burn rate a term that describes how much money t costs that describes how much money t costs operate the company The box of delights: when the wolves were running. including salaries rent electricity benefits Assume that each dev costs 100 an hour That meansf you have 10 people on your team the ballpark burn rate Fish Chips is 1000 an hour 8000 a day and 40000 a week The next time you have a meeting that starts 10 minutes late or everyone hears about Fred s vacation for thirty minutes calculate the cost Rememer that this examplegnores the cost of lost opportunities during the wasted time Bus number Bengal in Global Concept History: Culturalism in the Age of Capital is the number of developers you d have to lose to disable your project key peopleTracer Bullet Development TBD automatically raises your bus number When team members from adjacent layers work together to define their sharednterfaces they are sharing knowledge about each layer s operations How to get started with TBDDefine your system objectsDefine the Psychoanalysis and women;: Contributions to new theory and therapy interfaces between themWrite thenterface stubsMake the stubs talk with each otherFill The Fifth Elephant (Discworld, in the stubs with functional code 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I do think that some of them should be substituted with newer list of CI systems and etc BUT advises themselves not outdated at all I highly recommend to read this book for people who has legacy code to work with or projects that aren the stale state Practical handbook that help team to move from dark side to light and become a jedi Most mportant thing s sharing authors expirience that based on a work Murder in the Title 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 situationn the right direction Ship It A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects by Jared Richardson and William Gwaltney Jr Plato at the Googleplex is a bit of mixed bag Theres good stuff The Man Who Knew in there but the book tries to be too much and as a conseuencet Mount! is at times too sketchy andncomplete In addition the authors prescribe techiues that are not always appropriateThe book covers three software engineering topics tools project techniues and a methodology The chapter on tools and Chipper: More Than a Miracle infrastructures solid They recommend that you Doctor Who: Combat Magicks implement developer sandboxes software configuration management scripted builds continuousntegration ssue and feature tracking systems and automated testing on your projects and I agree In any project of than a trivial duration where there are no huge technical barriers due to the products you are working with you should mplement all of themThe chapter on project techniues s less convincing Some of the techniues are unproblematic Having a short meeting every morning to make sure that everyone s on the same page and sending code change notifications for There’s an Alien in Your Book instance Others seem to prescribe a way of working that might not be the bestn your case For nstance they have a simple scope management techniue the call The List which s essentially just that a list of all the work that needs to be completed On small projects this probably works okay but when projects get big you might be better off with a work breakdown structure and a schedule with dependencies all thatAnother example Girls on the Home Front is their recommendation for freuent short andnformal code reviews Collaborative development techniues such as code reviews The Complete David Bowie is a gooddea Research has shown that this Licence to be Bad: How Economics Corrupted Us is the most cost effective way toncrease software uality However research also shows that formal Fundamentals of Nursing Care: Concepts, Connections Skills inspections are even effective In cases where high ualitys mportant t would probably be a better optionThe chapter also seems a bit Seoul: A Window Into Korean Culture incomplete It seems like an embryonic agile method Another reviewer noted that when the book was written methods such as Scrum were not yet established In my opinion you are probably better off with Scrumf you decide that agile Doctor Who: The Roundheads is appropriate for your projectTheir project method on the other hands Argirópolis (Colección de Clásicos de La Literatura Latinoamericana: Carrascalejo de La Jara) interesting Unfortunately the chapter describingt Advanced Imagineering: Designing Innovation as Collective Creation is a bit too sketchy for my taste Alsot Around Town (LEGO Duplo Dk Readers. Level 1) is of a softwarentegration strategy than a full blown software engineeering methodology They call the method tracer bullet development named after the bullets that allow you to see where you are firing your machine gun Social Imaginaries of Space: Concepts and Cases in the darkEssentially you start by dividing your systemnto layers eg the GUI layer the business logic layer and the data access layer Then you Developing Bus Rapid Transit: The Value of Brt in Urban Spaces identify you system objectsn each layer and the Everything but the Squeal: Eating the Whole Hog in Northern Spain interaction between them These objects and theirnterfaces are then Comparative Policing from a Legal Perspective implemented as stubs andntegrated Connivance into a working system Then you start fillingn the blanks and elaborating the The Rest of the Story interfaces keeping the systemntegrated all of the way This strategy has several benefits Having done the China-European Union Investment Relationships: Towards a New Leadership in Global Investment Governance? integration up front you avoid the nerve wracking tying together of components at the end of themplementation The nterface orientation promotes cohesion and loose coupling making the software robust and scalableAll n all there s good stuff n there but one has to wonder whether the book was the victim of time boxed development and premature shipping. D Ship It begins by Five Wakes and a Wedding introducing the common technicalnfrastructure 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 mportantly Ship It presents common problems that teams face then offers real world advice on how to solve th. Ship t! A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects

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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 Curveball it turned out I expected the book to be geared towards how to ship complex software suites that contained multiple products Perhapst An Elegy for Mathematics is because that was thenformation I was looking for at the time It turns out Ship It s a very basic book that gives a broad overview of modern grass roots based software development practices I describe the practices as grass roots practices as many of them were born from developer level open source collaborative efforts rather than from a large for profit organization seeking to make a profit with the content of the solutions as a mere means to this endSurprisingly my organization the content of the solutions as a mere means to this endSurprisingly my organization teams practices many of the tems n this book The book gives an excellent overview of each tem and Strasberg at the Actors Studio: Tape-Recorded Sessions includes references to furthernformation The book s broken down nto tools and nfrastructure pragmatic each tem and The Homefront in Civil War Missouri includes references to furthernformation The book s broken down nto tools and Celibate Passion infrastructure pragmatic techniues a single chapter on tracer bullet development and a great wrap up chapter about common problems and how to fix them In the end the appendix wraps the entire booknto a very high level summary perfect as a reference with pointers to other places to go to get Learning in the Cloud information or supporting tools Tools and Infrastructure touches on the many areas that developers talk about but only some practice Sometems Daniel Webster and Jacksonian Democracy in this chapter would seem that no brainer common sense to modern developers yet a huge wake up call to developers who may not be asn touch with the The Gay Pretender industry The most compellingtems Bloody Winter in this sectionn my opinion are scripting builds and setting up an automated build The end of the section talks about tools and when NOT to experiment Pragmatic Programming Techniues talks about no brainer concepts that anyone who s n the agile world would certainly be aware The concepts Inventaire Sommaire Des Archives D�partementales Ant�rieures � 1790, Vol. 1: Mayenne (Classic Reprint) in this section are light weight techniues that can bemplemented with free or even no tools at all other than a white board and a desk calendar for each team member so they can know when they need to be n a meeting brief meeting to the point I feel that a large organization with multiple teams will need than this section offers but the nformation here War Girls is still an excellent baseline and a great foundation from which to buildThe Tracer Bullet Development section I found to be very enlightening since I had not known much about thisn the past other than the name of the concept Tracer Bullet Development Hieroglyphen lesen. is the concept of building the entire system as templates ofntegrated pieces making that work then filling As Lágrimas Amargas de Petra Von Kant in the details of each piece of the system Its Lesson Planning and Classroom Management important as the pieces are build that the total systemntegration never breakFinally the last section answers the burning uestions most people will have after reading the book How to I get over this roadblock How do I handle a situation where people are not on board etcIn summary I recommend this book to be read cover to cover by any novice developer or any developer who looks at the table of contents and fins many of the topics foreign to them For the rest of the folks skimming this book would be a great review and having The Stalin Front: A Novel of World War II it as a reference on your shelf could prove to be useful especially the last section and the appendix Though some pieces of advicen this book do look obvious The Nightmare Garden in 2019 you ll most likely find a couple of good and simpledeas that can make you focused and productive I found The List particularly useful for my environmentA very good help for newly converted teamtech leads Even teams working for the most successful tech giants and enjoying using state of the art Look to the Mountain infrastructure can benefit from adopting some of the practices presentedn this book My team definitely can I saw Jared Richardson speak He s a great speaker but he seemed to ndicate that scrum wasn t really such a solid winner n the agile methodology space when the book was written This The Space Race: The Journey to the Moon and Beyond is apparent as he seems to take somedeas from scrum when I would personally prefer to just do scrumHe does a good job of tying together scrum XP agile and all around good practices Asinine unambitious narrow ncomplete 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 oriented code Adhere to standard object oriented encapsulation Talk to other developers about how your code needs to fit nto theirs You should test your code changes before you go live Have you about this new source control thingHere s a direct uoteDon t have much money The Color of Water in the budget for training Then Its a good book but very old and most of the suggestions have already become de facto standard Mayan Strawberries in thendustry Thus 4 stars Ship ItA collection of lessons learned by various developers Bill Gates (Up Close) in the trenches The book starts off with a uote of Aristotle We are what we repeatedly do Excellence thens not an act but a habit The book strengthens this argument by stating Extraordinary products are merely side effec. Ship It s 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; nstead readers find page after page of solid advice all tried and tested Bunny: A Novel in the real worldAimed at beginning tontermediate programmers Ship It will show youWhich tools help and which don't How to keep ,
Ts of good habits So the first tip of the book is Choose your habits Do not follow something just because t Choose your habits Do not follow something just because t popular or well known or The Great Smog of India is practised by others around youThe I like Am I doing this right parts the most They help us to check some uestionsf we re on the right path The cost of adding a feature sn t just the time t takes to code The Sex of the Angels, the Saints in their Heaven: A Breviary it The cost alsoncludes the addition of an obstacle to future expansion the trick Tryst with Prosperity is to pick the features that don t fight each other Tools and Infrastructure1 Developn a SandboxEvery dev has their own sandbox to play Popular Hits in without disturbing other devs It applies to all resources source code databasenstances web services on which you depand and so onDev PCs Repository Build Machine Released Product2 Manage AssetsSource code management system or version control With a properly set up SCM system system or version control With a properly set up SCM system can Rolled back Handle conflicts Track multiple versions of your software Record which files are changed Retrieve a snapshot3 Script your buildAt a minimum use a batch file or shell script to perform the buildIf you re using your manual build system properly you will be able to build your entire product With one command From your Source Code Management system SCM On any team member s workstation With no external environmental reuirements such as specific network drives4 Build automaticallyContinuous Integration You need to have tests n the system After all no one cares f t compiles f The Creative Habit it doesn t runYou also need to turn on the notificationst make attention to the system when The Rest of the Story its broken5 Track IssuesYou need to know the following What version of the product has the ssue Which customer encountered the ssue How severe s t Was the problem reproduced Lords of Life: A History of the Kings of Thailand in house and by whom so they can help youf you re unable to reproduce the problem What was the customer s environment operating system database In what version of your product did the ssue first occur In what version of your product was t fixed Who fixed The Tears of Eros it Who verified the fix6 Track FeaturesKeep a unified list of your feature reuests Prioritize them and keep a basic estimate of the timenvolved to nvestigate or add the feature7 Use a testing harnessA testing harness s the tool or software toolkit you use to create and run your tests If your tests aren t automated then you can t run them with a scriptUnless you want everyone on your team solving the same problems over and over constantly reinventing the wheel you should have a common framework everyone can use8 On Choosing ToolsUse the best tool for the job Use open formats to Simon Spatz: From Holocaust to Halifax, A Story of Survival and Success integrate tools9 When not to ExperimentOnly experience can tell you about a given technology s shortcomings Pragmatic project techniues The List must adhere to a number of rulesPublicly availablePrioritizedOn a time lineLivingMeasurableTargeted The tech lead a person to be thenterface between the development team and management The responsibilities of the Teach LeadSet direction for team membersManage the project s feature listAssign priorities to each featureInsulate the team from external distractions Daily meetings meet freuently with your entire team and let everyone share what they are doing How to get startedBe sure everyone knows the format which uestions you want answeredEveryone must answer the uestions There are no passes and no exceptionsAt first be lenient on the time restriction A lot of new A Life in Two Worlds informations exchanged The Hitler Kiss: A Memoir of the Czech Resistance in the beginning so you must allow communication to flow freelyHold your meetings at the same time andn the same place every day Make daily meetings a habit not a chore to keep track ofPost topics that are discussed during daily meetings on a web page or plogPick a person to start the meeting and then move clockwise through the group Our daily meetings last too long What do we do Draw team members away from the details of the fix and try to just get the summary For example The Doré Illustrated Balzac Droll Stories instead of presenting a low level detailed analysis of the problem the debugging cycle and the final solytion just say We had anssue with the cache not getting updating with the altered data It s now fixed and checked nYou can also ask team members to write down what they Tracks and Sign of Insects and Other Invertebrates: A Guide to North American Species intend to share It will help them organize their thoughts before the meeting thus avoiding the rambling report that lasts for five minutesAnother potential problems having too many people Feminisms at a Millennium in the group In this scenario find a way to split the daily meetingsnto smaller groups when possible Put team members working Gwydion's Dawn in the same areasnto the same meetings Be sure to have at least one or two people overlap so that relevant nformation can be passed along Code reviews if a week goes by without a code review you ve allowed a lot of time for serious problems to creep Mj 12. Die Geheime Regierung into your code Small amount of code reviewedOne or two reviewers Firstly 1 senior 1 junior Don t need senior after 1 monthHappen freuentlyDon t publish code without a review Code change notificationsEmail and publish notificationsList the reviewer s nameList purpose of the code change or additionInclude the diff 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 thedeas presented here are controversial or extreme; most experienced programmers will agree that this stuff works Yet 50 to 70 percent of all project teams n the US aren't able to use even these simple well accepted practices effectively This book will help you get starte. ,
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