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Joel on Software: And on Diverse and Occasionally Related Matters That… (edição 2004)

por Joel Spolsky (Autor)

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* Covers three years of the best essays. * Essays range from technical to humorous, but are always tangible. * Beautifully written and extremely timely. * Google lists 183,000 links for "Joel on Software". * Spolsky is one of the most popular programmers around today, with legions of followers.
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Título:Joel on Software: And on Diverse and Occasionally Related Matters That Will Prove of Interest to Software Developers, Designers, and Managers, and to Those Who, Whether by Good Fortune or Ill Luck, Work with Them in Some Capacity
Autores:Joel Spolsky (Autor)
Informação:Apress (2004), Edition: 2004. Corr. 3rd, 362 pages
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Most tech books get old and out-of-date with time. However I learned plenty of stuff from Joel on Software and enjoyed the author's humour and approach on many topics.

Here's a non-exhaustive list of things I learned (more) about:
- Always have a bug tracking system.
- Fix bugs first before you move on to working on new features. Saves lots of time.
- The Joel Test. I need to score better at that.
- Character encodings. I always got away with not knowing much about that, now I do. Thanks Joel :D.
- Do paper prototyping.
- Incentive pay. Don't do that.
- Avoid multi-tasking. Humans aren't really good at it.
- Not-Invented-Here Syndrome. It's not necessarily bad.
- Chicken-And-Egg problems in the software world.

There's a sequel: More Joel on Software, I might read it sometime.

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I always wanted to start a blog, this is somewhat of a motivation.
[...] Philip Greenspun, who taught me that if you know something, you need to publish it on the web for others to learn from.


Rewarding good coders by promoting them to a different position, one that involves writing English, not C , is a classic case of the Peter Principle: people tend to be promoted to their level of incompetence.

About the Not-Invented-Here Syndrome:
If it's a core business function, do it yourself, no matter what. ( )
  d3vr | Dec 28, 2016 |
Very engaging, often informative or insightful. I especially liked the essay on character encoding. Spolsky also gives good tips on office environment, productivity, and must-haves in a development environment -- encouraging you to take on those projects that seem peripheral to the work but make a world of difference. ( )
  anna3lc | Jan 14, 2011 |
You know Spolsky's type, most likely: the extremely well-informed blowhard. He knows a lot, particularly in his specialty, and he's good at seeing connections, so you pay attention to what he says, but you're pretty sure that he's going to say everything with perfect confidence, so everything he says, you take with a grain of salt.
But what he says is always useful, in that it gives you a pretty clear and well-laid out reason for believing whatever it is he thinks to be the case. Then it's up to you to go out and figure out what else there is to be said. As long as you don't get taken up in his "of course I'm right, I'm from New York" mode of writing, you'll come away with some stuff to think about in software development. ( )
1 vote kiparsky | Oct 5, 2009 |
In this book, Mr Spolsky writes about programming at work. It contains a lot of stuff, but to me personally the most important content is tips and motivation to be a better software developer at work.
Giving me a new belief in humanity (this time embellished with the realization that even though things suck, they do work) is also a plus.
Recommended for people who work in any capacity with programmers/software developers. ( )
  dishdasha | Feb 23, 2008 |
Dieses Buch weißt Anfänger in die Grundlagen guten Projektmanagments ein. Profis stoßen auf Dinge die den gewissen "AHA" Effekt bringen. Fehler die man unbewusst vieleicht schon seit Jahren gemacht hat werden einem mit den von Spolsky beschriebenen Vorgehensweisen vor Augen geführt. Egal ob es um kleine Hobby Projekte oder große Anwendungen geht, hier ist für jeden etwas dabei. Und das beste ist um es anzuwenden muss man nur seinen gesunden Menschenverstand einschalten und sich etwas mehr von den oft messianisch angeprießenen Tools zur Entwicklung und Anforderungsanalyse lösen. ( )
  Dragonlord21 | Nov 19, 2007 |
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