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Agile Development in .NET: Now on Amazon

24 March 2014 One Comment

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The first publication in my QuickNotes series is  Agile Development in .NET.  Most Agile methodologies used in .NET shops nationwide are variations of Scrum and Extreme Programming(XP). This booklet covers these tools and techniques: Test-driven Development (TDD), Behavior-driven Development (BDD), Continuous Integration (CI), and Refactoring to Patterns.  The QuickNotes series covers relevant topics in software development to provide the reader with a swift overview of important trends, terms, and concepts.  This book is available at Amazon.com.

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Here is what people are saying about it:

A lively summary of a deep topic, with special attention given to .NET tools.
Robert C. Martin, author of Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C#

We have teams working on and off shore and this book helped us to optimize our development ecosystem.
Rick Gansler, Vice President, Citizen’s Bank

Agile Development in .NET is an excellent read!  It provides insight into the state of the art of software development process trends in 2014.  Terms like refactoring, mentioned so much in the Agile world, are explained in detail, as well as where they fit in the overall process.
Tom Tyler, Senior Consultant, Perforce Software

We are a developer-founded, developer-run consulting company specializing in .NET and we use these principles and techniques every day.
Andrew Gelina, CEO and President, Syrinx Consulting

 

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Dan Hermes gave a talk on the book at SharePoint and .NET Saturday Bermuda.  Here are the slides:

Agile development from danhermes

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