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Agile Development. Filozofia programowania zwinnego

by James Shore Chromatic

Zbiór praktycznych wskazówek dla producentów oprogramowania Jak wdro?y? metodologi? programowania zwinnego?W jaki sposób zaanga?owa? klientów w projekt?Jak kontrolowa? jako?? produktów?Programowanie zwinne (Agile Development) to obecnie jedna z najpopularniejszych metodologii zarz?dzania projektami programistycznymi. Metodyka Agile jest szczególnie u?yteczna w ma?ych zespo?ach programistycznych, w których z racji u?atwionej komunikacji nie ma potrzeby tworzenia rozbudowanej dokumentacji. Programowanie zwinne opiera si? na iteracyjnej realizacji kolejnych etapów projektu. Kluczem do sukcesu w tej metodzie jest efektywna wspó?praca mi?dzy cz?onkami zespo?u projektowego.Ksi??ka "Agile Development. Filozofia programowania zwinnego" to przewodnik po programowaniu ekstremalnym, oznaczanym zwykle skrótem XP, które jest jedn? z technik wchodz?cych w sk?ad tej metodyki. Czytaj?c j?, dowiesz si?, jak wdra?a? metodologi? Agile w firmie, na czym polega programowanie ekstremalne i jak? rol? w procesie pe?ni? poszczególni cz?onkowie grupy projektowej. Nauczysz si? budowa? zespó? i okre?la? zakresy zada? osób bior?cych udzia? w pracach, planowa? harmogram udost?pniania kolejnych wersji produktu oraz kierowa? procesem jego tworzenia. Poznasz metody testowania programu i usuwania z niego b??dów, zasady pisania dokumentacji oraz regu?y prowadzenia spotka? roboczych z klientami.Wdra?anie programowania zwinnegoTechniki programowania ekstremalnegoCz?onkowie zespo?u XPZarz?dzanie zespo?emAnga?owanie klienta w proces wytwórczyTworzenie raportówUdost?pnianie kolejnych wersji systemuStandardy pisania koduTestowanie i usuwanie b??dówOptymalizacja wydajno?ci programuOd filozofii do mistrzostwa w zwinnym programowaniu!

Extreme Programming Pocket Guide

by Chromatic

<p>The <i>Extreme Programming Pocket Guide</i> covers XP assumptions, principles, events, artifacts, roles, and resources, and more. It concisely explains the relationships between the XP practices. If you want to adopt XP in stages, the <i>Extreme Programming Pocket Guide</i> will help you choose what to apply and when. Concise and easy to use, this handy pocket guide to XP is a must-have quick reference for anyone implementing a test-driven development environment. </p>

Masterminds of Programming

by Chromatic Federico Biancuzzi

Masterminds of Programming features exclusive interviews with the creators of several historic and highly influential programming languages. In this unique collection, you'll learn about the processes that led to specific design decisions, including the goals they had in mind, the trade-offs they had to make, and how their experiences have left an impact on programming today. Masterminds of Programming includes individual interviews with: Adin D. Falkoff: APL Thomas E. Kurtz: BASIC Charles H. Moore: FORTH Robin Milner: ML Donald D. Chamberlin: SQL Alfred Aho, Peter Weinberger, and Brian Kernighan: AWK Charles Geschke and John Warnock: PostScript Bjarne Stroustrup: C++ Bertrand Meyer: Eiffel Brad Cox and Tom Love: Objective-C Larry Wall: Perl Simon Peyton Jones, Paul Hudak, Philip Wadler, and John Hughes: Haskell Guido van Rossum: Python Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo and Roberto Ierusalimschy: Lua James Gosling: Java Grady Booch, Ivar Jacobson, and James Rumbaugh: UML Anders Hejlsberg: Delphi inventor and lead developer of C# If you're interested in the people whose vision and hard work helped shape the computer industry, you'll find Masterminds of Programming fascinating.

Perl Hacks

by Damian Conway Curtis Ovid" Poe Curtis Ovid Poe Chromatic

With more than a million dedicated programmers, Perl has proven to be the best computing language for the latest trends in computing and business. While other languages have stagnated, Perl remains fresh, thanks to its community-based development model, which encourages the sharing of information among users. This tradition of knowledge-sharing allows developers to find answers to almost any Perl question they can dream up.And you can find many of those answers right here in Perl Hacks. Like all books in O'Reilly's Hacks Series, Perl Hacks appeals to a variety of programmers, whether you're an experienced developer or a dabbler who simply enjoys exploring technology. Each hack is a short lesson--some are practical exercises that teach you essential skills, while others merely illustrate some of the fun things that Perl can do. Most hacks have two parts: a direct answer to the immediate problem you need to solve right now and a deeper, subtler technique that you can adapt to other situations. Learn how to add CPAN shortcuts to the Firefox web browser, read files backwards, write graphical games in Perl, and much more.For your convenience, Perl Hacks is divided by topic--not according to any sense of relative difficulty--so you can skip around and stop at any hack you like. Chapters include:Productivity Hacks User Interaction Data Munging Working with Modules Object Hacks DebuggingWhether you're a newcomer or an expert, you'll find great value in Perl Hacks, the only Perl guide that offers something useful and fun for everyone.

Perl Testing: A Developer's Notebook

by Ian Langworth Chromatic

Is there any sexier topic in software development than software testing? That is, besides game programming, 3D graphics, audio, high-performance clustering, cool websites, et cetera? Okay, so software testing is low on the list. And that's unfortunate, because good software testing can increase your productivity, improve your designs, raise your quality, ease your maintenance burdens, and help to satisfy your customers, coworkers, and managers. Perl has a strong history of automated tests. A very early release of Perl 1.0 included a comprehensive test suite, and it's only improved from there. Learning how Perl's test tools work and how to put them together to solve all sorts of previously intractable problems can make you a better programmer in general. Besides, it's easy to use the Perl tools described to handle all sorts of testing problems that you may encounter, even in other languages. Like all titles in O'Reilly's Developer's Notebook series, this "all lab, no lecture" book skips the boring prose and focuses instead on a series of exercises that speak to you instead of at you. Perl Testing: A Developer's Notebook will help you dive right in and: Write basic Perl tests with ease and interpret the results Apply special techniques and modules to improve your tests Bundle test suites along with projects Test databases and their data Test websites and web projects Use the "Test Anything Protocol" which tests projects written in languages other than Perl With today's increased workloads and short development cycles, unit tests are more vital to building robust, high-quality software than ever before. Once mastered, these lessons will help you ensure low-level code correctness, reduce software development cycle time, and ease maintenance burdens. You don't have to be a die-hard free and open source software developer who lives, breathes, and dreams Perl to use this book. You just have to want to do your job a little bit better.

Visionäre der Programmierung - Die Sprachen und ihre Schöpfer

by Chromatic Federico Biancuzzi

In Visionäre der Programmierung - Die Sprachen und ihre Schöpfer werden exklusive Interviews mit den Entwicklern von historischen wie auch von hoch aktuellen Programmiersprachen veröffentlicht. In dieser einzigartigen Zusammenstellung erfahren Sie über die Hintergründe, die zu den spezifischen Design-Entscheidungen in den Programmiersprachen geführt haben und über die ursprüngliche Ziele, die die Entwickler im Kopf hatten, als sie eine neue Programmiersprache entwarfen. Ebenso können Sie lesen, wieso Abweichungen zum ursprünglichen Design entstanden und welchen Einfluß die jeweilige Sprache auf die heutige Softwareentwicklung noch besitzt. Adin D. Falkoff: APL Thomas E. Kurtz: BASIC Charles H. Moore: FORTH Robin Milner: ML Donald D. Chamberlin: SQL Alfred Aho, Peter Weinberger und Brian Kernighan: AWK Charles Geschke und John Warnock: PostScript Bjarne Stroustrup: C++ Bertrand Meyer: Eiffel Brad Cox und Tom Love: Objective-C Larry Wall: Perl Simon Peyton Jones, Paul Hudak, Philip Wadler und John Hughes: Haskell Guido van Rossum: Python Luiz Henrique de Figueiredo und Roberto Ierusalimschy: Lua James Gosling: Java Grady Booch, Ivar Jacobson und James Rumbaugh: UML Anders Hejlsberg: Delphi-Entwickler und führender Entwickler von C#

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