Further recommended reading
Over the years there’s quite a number of books I have recommended to audiences at keynotes, talks and training courses. Quite often people have asked me for a list of recommended reading. It’s about time that I create this list and put it on my website. So here it is – in an unordered list.
Writing effective use cases
Best book (next to my own UML book) on writing use cases, not on modeling use cases though.
I don’t mean to brag by this is the best overview on agile, Scrum, extreme programming, Kanban.
This is the original book on extreme programming, by far the most influential agile approach. Contains many agile best practices that are common in nowadays projects, but that originated here, and not in Scrum (such as stories).