I started reading this book while I was working on a Brownfield application project.
It is full of directly applicable tips and helps avoiding the well-known traps that can show up when improving the application.
I started reading this book and felt I was hearing a summary of my current project(which made me feel good, I am not alone).
Don't care about the name "in .NET".
This book discusses every detail and problems that may be appeared in software project management and also gives some very... Read more
This book targets developer teams working on maintaining and adding features to Brownfield Applications, old (or not) codebases which are still under active development and where... Read morePublished on November 5, 2011 by Tibal
The first few times I saw this book and thought about it, I thought it would be mostly repetition of original material that could just as well be looked up somewhere else. Read morePublished on August 8, 2010 by canned-spoon