From time to time, I go around at conferences and ask people about the books they read the last year, they want to advice others to read.
At agile Tour Brussel 2022, I was too busy connecting to friends I had not seen in years, I only added a paper at the wall. As a result I had only a few books on my list.
So I contacted the speakers and some give me the books they recommended in their talks.
If you were at the conference, please send me a book too.
So here is the list.
|Book||Author||Why read it|
|Range||David Epstein||Why being a generalist matter in the specialist world we live in.||Yves Hanoulle|
|Agile testing condensed||Lisa Crispin & Janet Gregory||A small book that explains testing in an agile world, perfect for managers||anonymous|
|Atomic habits||James Clear||Learn how to build new habits.||anonymous|
|Réaliste||Bertrand Piccard||Réalist, soyons logiques avant d’être écologiques.||Yves Hulet mentioned in their session|
|The no rules rule||Reed Hasting, Erin Meyer||Olivier Rouhaud mentioned in his session|
|Turn the ship around||David L Marquez||Olivier Rouhaud mentioned in his session|
|From Contempts to Curiosity||Caitlin Walker||Charles-Louis De Maere mentioned in his session|
|The Humanizing Work Guide to Splitting User Stories||Richard Lawrence||Koen Vastmans game is based on this way is slicing stories|
|89 hybrid working tips||collected by Yves Hanoulle||This book will collect 89 tips about hybrid and remote work around the world||Forgot to mention in our workshop.|
What books would you add to this list?
At the bottom of my own bookpage, you can find all the bookslists I have gathered since 2010.