From her experience both as a teacher and working for the Software industry, Meera brings a unique blend of imparting knowledge and learn technical details practical to Software Developers. When not busy enjoying life with her sweet daughter Dehlia, she studies new trends and developments in Software Engineering to closely monitor Software Engineering landscape at the horizon. She microblogs to her twitter stream @LeanReligion and blog.dehlia.in
Purnank was first introduced to Eclipse based IDE in 2003 with IBM(R) Websphere(TM). The early fascination and a gradual influence of a plethora of Eclipse based plugins convinced him more that a swiss knife for software is finally available. With ever increasing functionality of C/C++ Development Tooling within Eclipse, he though it is the right time to introduce a majority of C/C++ developers what they are missing and started working on this book with his wife, Meera.
Author Jeff Patton shows you how changeable story maps enable your team to hold better conversations about the project throughout the development process. Your team will learn to come away with a shared understanding of what you’re attempting to build and why.Get a high-level view of story mapping, with an exercise to learn key concepts quicklyUnderstand how stories really work, and how they come to life in Agile and Lean projectsDive into a story’s lifecycle, starting with opportunities and moving deeper into discoveryPrepare your stories, pay attention while they’re built, and learn from those you convert to working software
This book is for all open source developers: you are bound to encounter Git somewhere in the course of your working life. Proprietary software developers will appreciate Git’s enormous scalability, since it is used for the Linux project, which comprises thousands of developers and testers.Table of Contents Getting Started Git Basics Git Branching Git on the Server Distributed Git Git Tools Customizing Git Git and Other Systems Git Internals
A serious tool for programmers and web developers, no other text editor comes close to Vim for speed and efficiency. Make Vim the centerpiece of a Unix-based IDE as you discover new ways to work with Vim 8 and Neovim in more than 20 hands-on tips.
Execute tasks asynchronously, allowing you to continue in Vim while linting, grepping, building a project, or running a test suite. Install plugins to be loaded on startup - or on-demand when you need them - with Vim 8's new package support. Save and restore sessions, enabling you to quit Vim and restart again while preserving your window layout and undo history. Use Neovim as a drop-in replacement for Vim - it supports all of the features Vim 8 offers and more, including an integrated terminal that lets you quickly perform interactive commands. And if you enjoy using tmux and Vim together, you'll love Neovim's terminal emulator, which lets you run an interactive shell in a buffer. The terminal buffers fit naturally with Vim's split windows, and you can use Normal mode commands to scroll, search, copy, and paste. On top of all that: Neovim's terminal buffers are scriptable.
With Vim at the core of your development environment, you'll become a faster and more efficient developer.
What You Need:
You'll need a Unix-based environment and an up-to-date release of Vim (8.0 or newer). For the tips about running a terminal emulator, you'll need to install Neovim.