Conversation Patterns for Software Professionals (Michal Bartyzel)

 
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Conversation Patterns for Software Professionals (Michal Bartyzel)

The relationship between the company and IT is dominated by two false stereotypes: the business believes that IT lacks a business mindset and that IT believes that the business doesn't know what it wants.

Sometimes we become so firmly entrenched in these beliefs that we are unable to discover the common understanding required to create useful software.

This book contains a collection of tried-and-true methods for enhancing your cooperation with the company. Discovering the business needs and controlling the conversation in a way that will allow you to gather accurate and helpful information are the two main skills that this article aims to teach you.

The author emphasizes the Agile Manifesto's first principle, which is "Individuals and interactions over processes and tools," first and foremost. This book is ideal for you if you have a tendency to believe that your clients are unsure of what they want.

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About the Authors
For more than ten years, Micha Bartyzel has worked as a software developer, educator, consultant, and coach. He supports software teams and developers in their efforts to create better code.
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(2016)
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PDF, ePub, and Mobi (Kindle)

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