|Reliable Source: Lessons from a Life in Software Engineering|
|Wednesday, 26 January 2022|
This book provides a retrospective, not of a single project or subproject, but on an entire career in the software industry. James Bonang conveys solutions to the eclectic problems you'll encounter as a software professional. The book provides encounters with interesting software engineering personalities, homicidal computers, ancient gods and an extra-solar interloper. You'll match wits with the world's greatest (fictional) detective and discover how top engineers determine the root cause of the most catastrophic software failures. You'll absorb a lifetime of experience without all the fuss.
Author: James Bonang
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