Essays On Software Development
Last updated on 2012-05-02
About the Book
Deep thoughts are often triggered by recent events. This book bundles thoughts on quality, management, and software development practices that appeared on Stephan Schwab's popular blog over the last six years.
- Feedback Desired
- About Me
- Cucumber: When Programmers Have a Dream
- Industry Trends
- The webtop – back in time?
- Silicon Valley is looking to do business in Latin America
- Outsourcing for start-ups
- The Browser is No Place for Multitasking
- Client-Server Computing: The Future Web?
- Thoughts on the ideal project team
- What’s wrong with software development in large corporations
- The connection between accounting and sub-standard tools for developers
- Psychological evaluation for Agile?
- Some businesses should stay away from Agile
- Does Sustainable Pace mean a 40 hour week?
- It doesn’t matter whether it works
- Risk Factors for Offshore-Outsourced Development Projects
- Pseudo Scientific Management Kills Innovation And Creativity
- Not Everything That Counts Can be Counted
- Embrace complexity – Don’t try to architect it
- Estimation creates silos and prevents teams from developing solutions
- Open Source
- Why So Many Open Source Projects End Up At Apache
- Software Development
- Deliver products on time and under budget with agile development
- Emerging Architect Roles
- Scrum highlights poor software architecture
- Startup Company
- Made in Panama: Caimito One Team
- Eat Your Own Dogfood
- Quality control in software development
- Telling real stories in Acceptance Test Driven Development
- Acceptance Test Driven Development brings teams together
- Benefits of Acceptance Test Driven Development
- Don’t tie Cucumber features 1:1 to stories
- How to deal with sending email in Acceptance Test Driven Development with Cucumber
- Validation rules for form input in Acceptance Test Driven Development
- Use of a Walking Skeleton in Acceptance Test Driven Development
- The importance of craftsmanship
- Building a walking skeleton with the help of Cucumber scenarios
- How to work with ATDD and micro-tests in different testing environments
- Focus on making the commitment leads to low quality code
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