This is one of the most inspiring and efficient books I’ve ever read. Agile mindset lives on every page of the book. The publication touches many PM areas and puts an agile cover on them. This might be a challenge to finish reading the book with no understanding the agile approach in IT projects. Agile thinking is revealed sometimes explicit, sometimes more subtle throughout the whole content.
This post is a review of a book for professional programmers. The Clean Coder: A Code of Conduct for Professional Programmers  is the complete title of the book. The book is written by Robert C. Martin (aka Uncle Bob) . This publication is a must to read and being familiar with for professional software developers. All the content has a profound foundation based on the Robert C. Martin’s experience. The author gives guidelines how a professional programmer acts.
This post is a short review of book Scaling Agile: A Lean JumpStart. The purpose of this book is introducing into scaling Agile using Lean Thinking. In my opinion it is recommended to have at least basic understanding of Agile principles and how they work in practice before diving into scaling area. It is about Agile, not only about Scrum.
I’ve recently taken part in hiring new people for the company I work for. The Agile Hiring book was a decent foundation to gain knowledge in this process. The author of this book is Sean Landis. This publication presents overall process of hiring, starting from reviewing résumé and ending on closing a deal. Thanks to reading it you can get to know how to become an interviewer and conduct the hiring process. This is a guideline for interviewers on every level of sophistication. Special attention is put on beginners. There are given detailed check lists which may be helpful for them.