The Ghost in the Machine.


Software, arguably, rules the world. It’s the basis of computing in all forms, from your microwave oven to your cell phone to the internet. Yet, it is invisible, ethereal, hard to understand, and even harder to create well.

But software can be made expertly, with great results, when one puts together and manages a great team. But how does one do that?

In his new book, Growing Software: Proven Strategies for Managing Software Engineers, Louis Testa talks about how making great software is, really, a task of managing and choosing good people, a needed skill in any realm.

Louis Testa the guest today on my WBAI-NY / 99.5 FM radio show, NONFICTION, this afternoon, Friday, July 17th, at 2 pm ET.

You can hear his ideas by tuning in at 2 pm. If you’re outside of the New York tri-state, check out our stream on the web. If you miss the live show, dig into our archives for up to 90 days after broadcast.



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