Reboot - Rethinking Software Development (David Longstreet)

 
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Reboot - Rethinking Software Development (David Longstreet)

For the main business, this book offers insightful information on how software development affects profitability. It aids the main business in comprehending how to speak with software engineers and rewards appropriate behavior.

A new book called Reboot! offers a novel perspective on software development. It provides a vibrant and engrossing look at difficulties facing every software development organization and is educational, humorous, and clever.

Reboot! is a passionate and thought-provoking investigation of the issues businesses encounter when creating software. This book covers fields including music, architecture, and industrial design while also extracting numerous useful lessons for software development. It also offers an insightful look at software organizations.

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