Ilya Bibik: How to Kill the Scrum Monster

Ilya Bibik focuses in his book How to Kill the Scrum Monster mainly on the Scrum methodology and the role of the Scrum Master. For him agile is a mindset which was borne out of necessity: it’s not about rituals, meetings and charts, it’s about the people and about getting the job done. The author manages to present a very pragmatic, refreshingly down-to-earth view on Scrum and agility.

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Carola Lilienthal: Langlebige Software-Architekturen

Langlebige Software-Architekturen verfolgt die Frage, wie die Architektur einer bestehenden Software visualisiert und verbessert werden kann. Dabei geht die Autorin sehr praxisorientiert vor. Alles in allem ist Langlebige Software-Architekturen eine zu empfehlende Lektüre zum Thema Software-Architektur, die durch jeweilige Aktualisierungen und Erweiterungen (aktuell 3. Auflage) bestrebt ist aktuell und relevant zu bleiben.

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Daniel Kahneman: Thinking, Fast and Slow

In his book Thinking, Fast and Slow Daniel Kahneman offers a fascinating insight on how the human mind works. The book presents Kahneman’s understanding of judgement and decision-making and is underpinned by a rich collection of psychological discoveries, some being his own achievements, others signed by other scientists.

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