Writing and publishing a book can be a long, drawn out process. One of the steps that must be performed before the book goes to press is the “peer” review. A little over a month ago, I sent the book out to five people to look it over and comment on the content. So far, we’ve had two of the five send the reviews back. Here’s what they said:
"This book is a great roadmap to anyone developing a System Development Life Cycle. It's contains a wealth of research, comparative analysis and valuable lessons learned from someone who's been there, done that. The information compiled here by the author will save you time and money. I especially liked the Handy Desk Reference loaded with useful charts and graphs" —David Nilsson, Architect Principal Leader, Computer Sciences Corporation
“The author has truly ‘hit the nail on the head.’ Whether you are an academic student who is aspiring to be an IT professional one day, a trainee that has just started career, a business & quality analyst and manager that has years of IT SDLC project experience—a must read for an IT professional at all levels of IT journey” —Sekhar Bommana PMP, ITIL, VP – Strategic Solutions & CoEs, Infomerica, Inc.
I’m anxious to learn what the others think as well. I’ll keep you posted.