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Great Software Debates (18 Oct 2005)
The essay content spans a wide range. Subjects include fads in software development, the fundamentalist/libertarian cycle of software processes, key software principles, managing the challenges of schedule and cost estimation, managerial mistakes, tips for entrepreneurs, abstract and detailed requirements, elicitation, requirement triage, words of wisdom, parables, and Mother Theresa. In short, topics that touch every person in the software industry in some way or another.

Since I finished reading the book, hardly a week has gone by that I have not referenced it or recommended it to co-workers and friends in the business. It is a concentrated treasure of suggestions, explanations, and principles.
Article URL: http://www.acm.org/ubiquity/book_reviews/v6i38_bedingfield.html

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