Alphabetical List of All Ideas

  1. About the Author
  2. Acknowledge Uncertainty
  3. Agree on Terms of Engagement
  4. Alphabetical Index
  5. Alphabetical List of All Ideas
  6. Automate Repetitive Tasks
  7. Bibliography
  8. Build Great Teams
  9. Caution
  10. Cohesion
  11. Colophon
  12. Communicate Clearly
  13. Configuration Management
  14. Consider Alternatives
  15. Consider What Might Go Wrong
  16. Copyrights
  17. Craft a Product Vision
  18. Create Value for Customers
  19. Decomposition
  20. Decrease Friction, Increase Flow
  21. A Deliberate Approach to Decision-Making
  22. Deliver Early and Often
  23. Developers are Always Growing
  24. Developers Are Not Interchangeable
  25. Documentation Is Not an End Unto Itself
  26. Do Not Place Excessive Faith in Project and Program Management
  27. Don't Wait to Integrate
  28. Entrepreneurial Leadership
  29. Execution
  30. Fundamental
  31. Glossary
  32. Govern Wisely
  33. Have Wonderful Arguments
  34. The Inconvenient Nature of Software Development
  35. Increase Developer Engagement
  36. Initiation
  37. Intro
  38. Introduction
  39. Just Enough Design Up Front
  40. Leadership
  41. Let the Buyer Beware
  42. Limit Work in Progress
  43. Loose Coupling
  44. Make Problems Visible
  45. People
  46. Pick the Right Sort of Customer Proxy
  47. Plan-Do-Check-Act
  48. Plan Thoughtfully But Be Prepared for Change
  49. Quality Requires Extra Effort
  50. Reference
  51. Remain Open to Fresh Learning
  52. Search
  53. Seek First to Understand Your Customer
  54. Self-Organizing Teams
  55. Sharpen Your Axe
  56. Shorten Feedback Loops
  57. Show Rather than Tell
  58. Simplify and Generalize
  59. Software Development is a Balancing Act
  60. Software Development is a Craft
  61. Software is Different
  62. Stay Focused on the Creation of Working Software for Real People
  63. Tailor Thoughtfully
  64. Take a Long-Term Economic Perspective
  65. This Thinking Business
  66. Understand the Arc of Your Project
  67. Use Things Already Known to Work
  68. Version History
  69. What's Not Done is as Important as What's Done
  70. When Estimating, the Whole is Definitely Greater than the Sum of its Parts

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