Designed as a 30 day action plan, this book will help you understand and implement Kanban, an Agile framework that helps to control and improve development processes.
This is a transcript of an interview between Bryan Garner and David Foster Wallace about English language and writing.
Impact mapping is an adaption of visual mapping technique which can help you in building products and overcoming usual problems which happen during the process. It serves to align teams to business objectives, test mutual understanding of goals and expected outcomes, focus teams toward the highest value features to deliver, and enable collaborative decision-making.
John Maeda uses the concept of simplicity to get at the nature of human thought and perception while drawing out tangible applications for business, technology, and life in general.
The Deadline is a project management novel that vividly illustrates the principles — and outright absurdities — that affect the productivity of a software development team.
The Dip is a very short book (80 pages) which explains when you should quit. Many advices seem pretty obvious to me personally, however it can give some new perspective and interesting questions that you can ask yourself when making decsision.
Alberto Savoia suggests the process of testing your idea even before creating an MVP (from the Lean methodology), in order to reduce your costs and find out as soon as possible if you are on the right track. The book covers many different techniques that allow you to test an idea, gather and analyze results, and iterate.
This book, inspired by Lean and Agile development, shows you how to collaborate closely with other members of the product team, and gather feedback early and often. You’ll learn how to drive the design in short, iterative cycles to assess what works best for the business and the user.
This book represents a guide to attracting, recruiting, interviewing, and hiring the best technical talent. In a very simple way it gives you advices on how to organize your business in order to be the first choice of the best talents.
This book is divided into three sections: