IT Professionals are constantly searching for new ideas, answers, and a constant source of information.
For them, a typical day may involve participating in a team meeting, programming five new features, fix four new bugs, design a new module (without a spec) and revise an exiting one (with a spec, but only a business one), evaluate a couple of new proposals, and avoiding a discussion about the latest great idea, of the CEO of course – and that’s on a good day.
IT Professionals need a dependable source for their questions & challenges, and this is what The Software Development Bible is about.
The Software Development Bible provides the Dos and Don’ts for CTOs, IT Managers, Project Managers, Team Leaders, and Programmers.
It is designed to help you with your everyday tasks by providing real-world solutions to your real-world problems. Those you have, and those that you are not aware of.
You are encouraged to use these ideas:
- As a professional resource
- To solve a problem
- To prepare for a meeting
- Within your presentation
- To prove your point (Hey, if its here it means its true…)
If you do, you will achieve your goals, be recognized as someone who knows what he is doing, have the confidence to lead your team to success, and the personal satisfaction of being the best you could be.
And finally, if you ask yourself regularly: how well can I do in the business of software development? what is the best way to learn new skills in this domain? How many new techniques do I put into practice daily? then this is the place for you.