Death March

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Prentice Hall Professional, 2004 - Business & Economics - 230 pages
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Thoroughly revised and updated, this practical handbook on software project success and survival explains how to confront five important issues involved in all software projects--people, politics, process, project management, and tools--and furnishes new sections on estimation, negotiation, time management, agile concepts, updated references, and real-world examples. Original. (Intermediate)
  

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User Review  - Daniel Marbach - Goodreads

Our CTO always told us this book is a classic and as soon as you put it somewhere on your table in a project someone has to react accordingly. I primarily got this book for my current project and it ... Read full review

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User Review  - Choesang Tenzin - Goodreads

Every programmer should have read this once before getting stuck in a death march project. It is one of those skills that you better learn from a book or a mentor & not from experience. It might save you & may be even the project. Read full review

Contents

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EDWARD YOURDON has been called one of the ten most influential people in software, and has been inducted into the Computer Hall of Fame alongside Charles Babbage, Seymour Cray, James Martin, Grace Hopper, and Bill Gates. An internationally recognized consultant, he is author or coauthor of more than 25 books, including Byte Wars, Managing High-Intensity Internet Projects, and Decline and Fall of the American Programmer. He co-developed the popular Coad/Yourdon methodology, co-founded the influential Cutter Consortium Business Technology Council, and serves on the Board of Directors of iGate and Mascot Systems.

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