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About the Author
The Technical Editor on this book was Robert Aiello.
Top Customer Reviews
The author understands that testing is an integral part of developing and releasing software. I love this book because it teaches the whole package of ALM, including testing. It provides many detailed examples of lightweight tools to support various activities, but it doesn't forget the purpose served by those tools. Included are tools for collaborative and barrier-free development.
This book is an overview, and where more detail is needed, it provides the reader with excellent places to go learn more.
When I read _Agile ALM_, I was pleasantly surprised how many of the recommended practices and tools my team uses. We had to find these the hard way, by trial and error. Why not just read this book and get a running start?
If your team is new to agile or struggling in some aspects of your development and delivery process, this book will get you headed in the right direction.
Collaborative and barrier-free development with Groovy and Scala with subtitles 9.1 Agile and polyglot with Groovy and 9.2 BDD with specs2 and Scala helped me to transform my development practices to BDD style using Groovy. It allow my team to pull out a big project with a very good test coverage and maintainable tests which probably would took much more effort in plain java and JUnit.
I am looking forward to read another Michael book, DevOps for Developers, to break silos and wall between developers and operations folks, to create truly devops culture.
I'd recommend this book for anyone getting into Agile, but also for people struggling with Agile teams that don't understand how to do it properly.
Sometimes mistakes are best learned from someone else, reading this book is the way; It provides a clean picture of what Agile ALM is and should be, but more importantly - concrete techniques, strategies and even tools to help reach agile ALM nirvana.
This is a technical, hands-on book; Tool overviews, configuration tutorials and code snippets turn this book into much more than a "transatlantic flight pastime".
You just take it to your keyboard and you end up with an agile process, both in your head and in your code.
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