Subject To Change

Subject to Change: creating great products and services for an uncertain world

by Peter Merholz, Brandon Schauer, David Verba, Todd Wilkens

Published by O’Reilly in April 2008
List Price: $24.99; Pages: 186
ISBN 10: 0-596-51683-5 \| ISBN 13: 9780596516833

This book is aimed more at designers than developers, but I believe
that good developers must understand how to design things as well as
code so I think this is a book you can benefit from. On the other
hand, you should know this is not a hard-code technical book with UML
diagrams and source code; if that’s what you’re looking for you won’t
find it here.

What you will find is a book that makes you think about how fast and
often our world is changing, and how we can successfully address the
opportunities that such rapid change offers instead of being left
behind.

If you’re interested in more detail, I’ve posted a review in DZone’s
IT Book Zone, or ask me about it at next month’s AJUG meeting.

Burk Hufnagel
Lead Software Architect
SCJP, SCJD, SCEA 5

Posted in BookReviews
AJUG Meetup

Current Trends in the Java Job Market in 2017

March 21, 2017

Ari Waller, Chief Recruiting Officer at Thompson Technologies will give an overview of the current Java job market trends in 2017. He examines the current and future states of the Java development languages’ supply and demands in the marketplace, as well as conducts a career-oriented Q&A (resumes, interviews, and overall job hunting tips and strategies). This will include: IT Career Trends, Java Career Opportunities and Trends, Atlanta Job Market specific to Java, Future Java Job consideration, Salary Survey Data specific to Java and Java related careers , Preparing for Success , Q & A

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Roam Dunwoody

1155 Mount Vernon Highway NE
Atlanta, GA 30338 (map)

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