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2006/09/28
XP and Agile Books

Author: hiranabe (6:39 pm)

Here's a mind map of the "History of XP/Agile Books."

I picked up five BOI's; Addison-Wesley XP series, Agile Project Management Signature series, Pragmatic Bookshelf, Microsoft Professional, Prentice Hall, and Japan. In the XP-Fiesta I printed this mind map in a very large piece of paper and posted on the wall, and vote "which book do you like best" by dot stickers. Dave Thomas and Andy Hunt's "Pragmatic Programmers" got the most points, and Ruby books were popular.

A PDF of the mind map is here;
http://wiki.esm.co.jp/HistoryOfXPAgileBooksbyKenjiHIRANABE.pdf
(this inlcudes Japanese fonts... I'm not sure if its readable in your computers)

The above mind map is drawn by JUDE/Think!

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Jeff L.
Posted: 2006/9/28 22:34  Updated: 2006/9/28 22:34
 Robert C Martin series
You appear to be missing a number of valuable books from the Prentice Hall PTR "Robert C. Martin" agile series, including the groundbreaking "Working Effectively With Legacy Code," as well as the first book to demonstrate that you can teach a language at the same time as TDD.
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hiranabe
Posted: 2006/10/1 10:56  Updated: 2006/10/1 10:56
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 Re: Robert C Martin series
Thanks Jeff!
You must be the "Essential Java Style: Patterns for Implementation" author.
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Diesel
Posted: 2008/7/1 14:18  Updated: 2008/7/1 14:18
 Thank you
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Bill
Posted: 2008/12/23 15:14  Updated: 2008/12/23 15:14
 Thank you
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Bill
Posted: 2008/12/23 17:06  Updated: 2008/12/23 17:06
 Great work
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