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Trust-Driven Development ebook gets a beta release

I just released the first 30-40 pages of Trust-Driven Development, an ebook about making your projects run awesomely, and becoming better at the profession of software development.

These chapters including the five-second estimation process, running iterations and iteration meetings, and managing stories.

If you are estimating in hours, and if that seems painful, this book can help. If your planning meetings are terrible slogs, this book can help. If you have wrist pain, see a doctor, this book won’t help with that.

You can get the book at http://www.noelrappin.com/trdd.



False advertising here. For $15 you get partial access to the book.

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