Joel on Software covers every conceivable aspect of software programmingfrom the best way to write code, to the best way to design an office in which to write code! All programmers, all people who want to enhance their knowledge of programmers, and all who are trying to manage programmers will surely relate to Joel's musings.
How to Recruit and Hire Great Software Engineers: Building a Crack Development Team is a field guide and instruction manual for hiring great engineers that fit your team and drive your success and competitive advantage.
In How to Create the Next Facebook, tech guru Tom Taulli crystallizes the process by which Facebook was shepherded from idea to IPO to provide a guided blueprint for budding entrepreneurs who are ready to start building their own great business.
Going Corporate: A Geek's Guide provides technology professionalsincluding programmers, engineers, designers, and analyststhe information necessary to make the transition from techie in the trenches to project manager, mid-level manager, consultantor even CIO, CTO, or CEO.
Eric Sink on the Business of Software is a selection of the best and most popular essays from the author's website. This insightful collection of essays explore the business concerns that programmers face during the course of their careers.
Common Sense: Get It, Use It, and Teach It in the Workplace shows readers not only what common sense is, but how to acquire it and improve their personal common sense quotient. It also shows how to teach common sense to others, which will help readers become promotable and take better advantage of workplace opportunities.
CFO Techniques: A Hands-on Guide to Keeping Your Business Solvent and Successful provides functional recommendations and practical advice on becoming a successful head of finance and accounting in a small or mid-size company.