Did a co-worker or friend or someone online suggest you read "The Pragmatic Programmer"? And now you are considering reading The Pragmatic Programmer Summary?
Wait a minute. Hold on. A summary! Are you honestly thinking about reading the summary version of the classic?
What kind of person are you!?
Well, I don't know, but I like your style.
The same thing happened to me. I wish this book had been available when I wanted the essential teachings of The Pragmatic Programmer.
This book is a helpful summary of "The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master" by Andrew Hunt and Dave Thomas.
You can consume this summary guide in one sitting.
This the book I wanted at the time. This summary is all the things you need to know in a compact, easy to read, low-risk format.
If you don't want to save time and effort with The Pragmatic Programmer summary? Fine by me. Please buy or borrow or the original. It's an excellent book. I encourage you to do so.This Pragmatic Programmer summary guide is ideal for:
1) Developers, engineers, and managers who need the Pragmatic Programmer principles summarized.
2) Developers, engineers, and managers who need a refresher on the lessons from The Pragmatic Programmer.Key Benefits:
- Compact summary of the principles of The Pragmatic Programmer: From Journeyman to Master in a fast, convenient format.
- Written by a developer and manager with 20 years of experience in software development. (And he's a fairly interesting guy who wants to help you.)
- Saves your time from re-reading the 350+ page book to re-absorb, remember and categorize concepts. Everything has been organized for you.
- Ah, did you check out the price? There's nothing really to lose; your time savings to gain.
If you decide to go ahead, please leave a review of this book when you are finished. Or come over to my Amazon author page to start a conversation.