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Manage Your Project Portfolio: Increase Your Capacity and Finish More Projects (Pragmatic Programmers)
Manage Your Project Portfolio: Increase Your Capacity and Finish More Projects (Pragmatic Programmers)
All of your projects and programs make up your portfolio. But how much time you actually spend on your projects, and how much time do you spend responding to emergencies?

This book will introduce you to different ways of ordering all of the projects you are working on now, and help you figure out how to staff
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Hello, Android: Introducing Google's Mobile Development Platform
Hello, Android: Introducing Google's Mobile Development Platform
Android is a software toolkit for mobile phones, created by Google and the Open Handset Alliance. It's inside millions of cell phones and other mobile devices, making Android a major platform for application developers. That could be your own program running on all those devices.

Getting started developing with Android is easy.
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Ship it! A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects
Ship it! A Practical Guide to Successful Software Projects

Ship It! is a collection of tips that show the tools and techniques a successful project team has to use, and how to use them well. You'll get quick, 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; instead, readers find...

Debug It!: Find, Repair, and Prevent Bugs in Your Code
Debug It!: Find, Repair, and Prevent Bugs in Your Code
I’ve always been mystified why so few books are available on debugging. You can buy any number on every other aspect of software engineering such as design, code construction, requirements capture, methodologies... the list is endless. And yet, for some reason, debugging has been almost (not quite but very nearly) ignored by authors and...
Pragmatic Project Automation: How to Build, Deploy, and Monitor Java Apps
Pragmatic Project Automation: How to Build, Deploy, and Monitor Java Apps
Forget wizards, you need a slave--someone to do your repetitive, tedious and boring tasks, without complaint and without pay, so you'll have more time to design and write exciting code. Indeed, that's what computers are for. You can enlist your own computer to automate all of your project's repetitive tasks, ranging from individual builds and...
Behind Closed Doors: Secrets of Great Management (Pragmatic Programmers)
Behind Closed Doors: Secrets of Great Management (Pragmatic Programmers)
Great management is difficult to see as it occurs. It's possible to see the results of great management, but it's not easy to see how managers achieve those results. Great management happens in one-on-one meetings and with other managers---all in private. It's hard to learn management by example when you can't see it.

You can learn to be a...

Pragmatic Version Control Using CVS
Pragmatic Version Control Using CVS
This book is a recipe-based approach to using the CVS Version Control system that will get you up and running quickly--and correctly. All projects need version control: it's a foundational piece of any project's infrastructure. Yet half of all project teams in the U.S. don't use any version control at all. Many others don't use it well, and end...
Domain-Driven Design Using Naked Objects
Domain-Driven Design Using Naked Objects

Domain-driven design (DDD) focuses on what matters in enterprise applications: the core business domain. Using object-oriented principles, you can develop a domain model that all team members-including business experts and technical specialists-can understand. Even better, this model is directly related to the underlying...

Learn to Program (Pragmatic Programmers)
Learn to Program (Pragmatic Programmers)
It's now easier to learn to write your own computer software than it has ever been before. Now everyone can learn to write programs for themselves--no previous experience is necessary. Chris Pine takes a thorough, but light-hearted approach that teaches you how to program with a minimum of fuss or bother. Starting with small, simple one-line...
Metaprogramming Ruby
Metaprogramming Ruby

Ruby inherits characteristics from various languages—Lisp, Smalltalk, C, and Perl, to name a few. Metaprogramming comes from Lisp (and Smalltalk). It’s a bit like magic, which makes something astonishing possible. There are two kinds of magic: white magic, which does good things, and black magic, which can do nasty things. Likewise,...

Rails Recipes
Rails Recipes
Rails is large, powerful, and new. How do you use it effectively? How do you harness the power? And, most important, how do you get high quality, real-world applications written?

From the latest Ajax effects to time-saving automation tips for your development process, Rails Recipes will show you how the...

Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great
Agile Retrospectives: Making Good Teams Great
See how to mine the experience of your software development team continually throughout the life of the project. The tools and recipes in this book will help you uncover and solve hidden (and not-so-hidden) problems with your technology, your methodology, and those difficult "people" issues on your team.

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