[Chicago-talk] Fwd: [[pragprog] [ANN] "Pragmatic Project
Automation" Book: firstname.lastname@example.org]
andy at petdance.com
Tue Mar 23 10:34:03 CST 2004
If this book is anywhere near as good as their previous two, it should
belong on your shelf...
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From: Andrew Hunt <andy at pragmaticprogrammer.com>
Date: 23 Mar 2004 11:14:57 -0500
Subject: [pragprog] [ANN] "Pragmatic Project Automation" Book
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Everyone's been anxiously awaiting news of the third volume in the
Starter Kit trilogy, "Pragmatic Project Automation", so here it is:
Andy and Dave are pleased to announce that we have signed the first
independent author to be published under our Pragmatic Bookshelf
Please join us in welcoming Mike Clark. Mike is an established author,
speaker, consultant, and most importantly, a programmer. He is co-author
of "Bitter EJB" (Manning), editor of the JUnit FAQ, and frequent speaker
at software development conferences.
Mike will be writing "Pragmatic Project Automation", scheduled to be
available by July, 2004. Mike is an aggressive automator and has a long
history of using the computer to manage the day-to-day drudgery of a
We are really looking forward to working with Mike on this project:
unlike most publishers who sign up authors and then wait til the end to
see how the project turned out, we will work closely with all our
authors, giving them feedback and advancing their best ideas.
Mike has been crafting software professionally since 1992 in the fields
of aerospace, telecommunications, financial services, and the Internet.
In addition to helping develop commercial software tools, Mike is the
creator of several popular open-source tools including JUnitPerf and
JDepend, and helps teams build better software faster through his
company, Clarkware Consulting, Inc.
Please stay tuned for more details on this and other exciting projects
we're lining up.
Dave and Andy
Andrew Hunt, The Pragmatic Programmers, LLC.
Innovative Object-Oriented Software Development and Mentoring for Agile Methods
voice: 919-847-3884 fax: 919-844-5133
web: http://www.pragmaticprogrammer.com email: andy at pragmaticprogrammer.com
Author of "The Pragmatic Programmer" * "Programming Ruby" * The Agile Manifesto
JOLT Productivity Award Winner: "Pragmatic Version Control" * "Pragmatic Unit Testing"
Columnist for IEEE Software Magazine * Board of Directors, Agile Alliance
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