Category Archives: Pragmatic Bookshelf

Book reviews from the Pragmatic Bookshelf publisher.

Book review: Ship It! A Practical Guide To Successful Software Projects

Once more, a Pragmatic Bookshelf book, this time on release management. In this book, I expect a wide intersection with other books on agile processes, but perhaps with less depth than other books.
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Book review: Debug It!: Find, Repair, and Prevent Bugs in Your Code

Debugging software is one of the complex actions in software development. It’s not just about using a debugger, it’s about how do you manage bugs. This book has a pragmatic (amazing, don’t you think?) approach on this matter.
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Book review: The Passionate Programmer

It’s all about passion. The second edition of the book saw its title changed (it was called My Job Went To India) to something less depressing and more adequate to what we all should do: be passionate about our work and be happy to do it (it also applies to other job than developers!).
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Book Review: Pragmatic Version Control Using Git

As I was looking for a book on Bazaar (a book I didn’t find yet), I ran accross this one on Git. I heard that to use correctly Git, one needed a tutorial, so I figured a pragmatic book would do the trick.

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