His insights for this work come from broad and deep experience within large scale programs such as the US Department of Defense HR COTS acquisition program (DIMHRS) and the re-engineering program for the Japanese banking system (BankingWeb21). Additionally, Mark holds a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of British Columbia, and leverages his profession and its rigor to deepen industry norms and challenge popular views. (edited by author)
It is by far the most practical and down to earth.
The bottom line is that software development practitioners are far better served by a hybrid of best practices than the sectarian dogma of purists driven by profit.
If you're a software professional and truly serious about understanding your craft, then this book is a must read.
I am a network planner, hardware deployments generally. I was asked what I knew about software project management and answered truthfully, not much. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kurt Battles
SDLC 3.0 provides very unqiue perspective not just on the the state of SWD approaches and its history but also a vision (perhaps a mandate) and rationale on how the industry should... Read morePublished on December 30, 2010 by Chris