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Title: The Cucumber Book – Behaviour-Driven Development for Testers and Developers Authors: Matt Wynne, Aslak Hellesøy Rating: 4/5 Overall, a solid introduction to the Cucumber testing tool, and BDD in general. About the only criticism I have of it is that it’s … Continue reading
Title: Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams Authors: Tom DeMarco, Timothy Lister Rating: 5/5 I picked this as the first book to review on my endless quest for two simple reasons: It is one of my all time favourite books – a … Continue reading
Well, the technical ones, anyway – not shown are the two other similarly sized bookcases – and the other one which is a little more than twice as big – which are overflowing with my fiction collection. (Click to embiggen) … Continue reading
Picked up my copy of Head First Design Patterns today (I’d ordered it in a couple of weeks ago). So far I’m loving it.
It’s not every day that reading a book teaches you a cool new word for yourself. Object Thinking by David West, managed to show me that I am a hermeneutic thinker.