I really like the book "AntiPatterns in Project Management"
by William J. Brown, Hays W. "Skip" McCormick III,
and Scott W. Thomas.
The book is entertaining and the situations the book
describes ring true. There is much programming
philosophy in the book,
with topics such as constructing demos, prototypes,
problems with legacy code, etc.
Antipatterns are fun to read about and
they address the real-world issues that harm
your code and development processes.
The book is light reading, perhaps aimed mostly at
managers. There are other books on antipatterns,
It should work perfectly the first time! - toma
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