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Managing your first software project? Want to get a whole lot better at it? Read Applied Software Project Management. Andrew Stellman and Jennifer Greene capture the best practices you need to herd even the most challenging “cats” and keep any project moving forward.
The authors work hard to streamline project management and minimize its overhead. They cover the entire lifecycle: defining a vision, building teams, estimating, scheduling, requirements, design, coding, testing, and more.
If you’re struggling to deliver on time and on budget, Part III will help you step back and see the forest. The authors cover issues that keep CIOs awake: leading change, supervising outsourced projects, improving processes. If you want to move up the IT ladder (or even stay on it), you need to understand this stuff. Better sooner than later. Bill Camarda, from the January 2006 Read Only