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Getting Real - 37Signals.pdf
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qq_21527839 不一样的工作思维方式
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getting real

getting real 英文版, 著名美国创业团队37 signals 的创业建议

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Getting Real中文版

想构建一个成功的Web应用么? 那么正是时候Getting Real. Getting Real 是一种更小规模,更 快速,更高质量的软件构建方法。 • Getting Real是关于省略所有表达现实(图表,曲线,矩形,箭头,统计图),而构 建现实。 • Getting real 是追求精炼。更少的代码量,更少的软件,更少的功能,更少的文档工作, 更少无所谓的东西(而且大部分你认为必要的,其实不是)。 • Getting Real 是保持精益,变得敏捷。 • Getting Real从界面开始,也就是用户使用的屏幕。它从实际的用户体验开始,并且 构建似曾相识的体验。这让你在软件误入歧途之前得到正确的用户界面。 • Getting Real 是关于迭代和降低变化成本的方法。Getting Real基本上是关于上线,调 整,持续改进,其目标的开发Web软件的最佳途径。 • Getting Real只交付客户所需的,摒弃任何客户不需要的。

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Getting Real is the business, design, programming, and marketing philosophies of 37signals — a developer of web-based software used by over 1 million people and businesses in 70 countries.

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getting real by 37signals

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Getting Real - 37signals

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