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Software Craftsmanship: Target audience information

 
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Hi Sandro,
I was going through the index of this book and though haven't chance to got in more details. I was curious to know who are the target audience for this book, the module leads and technical leads of project who are actually owning the process? Or its for each and every developer along with leads?

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Bijesh Roy
 
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Similar question to this one.
 
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Hi Bijesh,

Please see my reply on the other post mentioned by Tim.

Tim Cooke wrote:Similar question to this one.



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