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Applied Software Project Management

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"If you're looking for solid, easy-to-follow advice on estimation, requirements gathering, managing change, and more, you can stop now: this is the book for you." --Scott Berkun, Author of The Art of Project Management

What makes software projects succeed? It takes more than a good idea and a team of talented programmers. A project manager needs to know how to guide the tea
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Paperback, 324 pages
Published November 25th 2005 by O'Reilly Media (first published January 1st 2005)
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Alistair
A good, broad coverage of introductory software project management. It doesn't go into too much depth (for the most part) but contains plenty of good references to point you in the right direction. Parts of it I found very obvious, and some parts discuss things at needless length (version control, unit testing etc), but it's a good reference book to jog your memory of the project management cycle.
Muhammad  Shalaby
Although the book is somewhat old, it is good and valid
I found that book very practical and realistic you feel the experience of the authors

The main thing I didn't like is that it repeats the same concept many times with different words and that is recurring all about the book
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