SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: SIGIA-L: software product developmen
Re: SIGIA-L: software product development book
From: Marc Rettig (mrettig_at_well.com)
Date: Tue Oct 16 2001 - 12:08:48 EDT
Hi. It so happens I just pulled some resources together on that very topic!
If you only get one book, make it "Software Project Survival Guide," by Steve
It's what you are looking for.
Here are a few more of my favorites:
Resources From the 4PM Site
Book: John Gall, Systemantics: the underground text of systems lore
British humor for systems people. Such profound insights and
characterizations of the foibles and dangers of large systems, it would be
depressing if it wasn’t hilarious. The book Douglas Adams would have written
if he had spent his career as an engineer.
Book: Jim McCarthy, Dynamics of Software Development
Lots of juicy advice and lore about building an effective team and running a
The Project Managers Body of Knowledge (PMBOK)
Download from www.pmi.org
chris frye and holly mason, project management simplified
10 Ways to Screw up any Project
Peopleware: productive projects and teams, Tom DeMarco and Tim Lister
Finally, you may find some value in the slides from the tutorial I did with
Chris Frye at Web2001.
- Marc Rettig
Marc Macaluso wrote:
> does anyone know of any good book/resource that steps through the project
> management aspect of software development?
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