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Bottom line: Buy it - even if you disagree with some points or don't like the way the author positions some of the points, there is some really good actionable stuff in there every development team should take to heart - even if they are doing a lot of stuff RIGHT most of the time!
Your reviewer has read this book twice now, in order to see what lessons he has not yet incorporated and to continue to improve his effectiveness and productivity per man-hour of time allocated. This is a very important point: as a former method improvement engineer, one of your reviewer's guiding maxims is "work smarter not harder".
This book uses some very short code examples in Java. But even if you know no Java nor C#, the examples are brief and clear enough that the points will still be made. There are 8 pages on improving Java, which the non-Java person can skip - but this is a small sacrifice to read a book unlike any other software book I have seen.
The author emphasises effective high-quality output per day without working excessive hours by suggesting to the reader several ways to work more effectively and productively - by adopting an excellent software design and coding process.
after all, i realized that this is a good thing.
while this all is a valuable read, i somehow expected something different from such a bright mind of the software industry. nevertheless i like it and maybe it has a deeper impact than just another tech book.
Absolutely. Refreshing to find others not only have the same challenges today, but Jonathan provides extremely useful insights into how to overcome these challenges with intuitive, clear, and well articulated examples.
Extremely glad Jonathan took the time to share this insight.