Leading a Software Development Team: A Developer's Guide to Successfully Leading People and Projects

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Addison-Wesley, 2001 - Computers - 342 pages

This book aims to provide help and advice for IT professionals in this situation by offering solutions to the most commonly encountered problems, such as getting a project out on time, coping with the demands of leading a team, implementing new methodologies or technologies. It is written by a team leader for other team leaders with a focus on practical advice rather than management theory or process issues. It would be targeted at experienced software engineers, developers and architects who have been promoted to the role of team leader.

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About the author (2001)

Richard Whitehead has lead a number of software development teams over recent years, and has a wide and varied experience in industries as diverse as diamond prospecting, medicine, communications, transport and digital mapping. He has worked for companies of many sizes and cultures from a high-tech start-up to a multi-billion dollar multinational.

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