Peopleware (ludzie), software (oprogramowanie) i hardware (sprzęt) to trzy filary branży IT.
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The future demands new medical hardware, and "peopleware" as well.
Peopleware is a popular book about project management.
Or are you thinking of leaving an anonymous gift of Peopleware on his desk?
Peopleware is a term used to refer to one of the three core aspects of computer technology, the other two being hardware and software.
Peopleware as a more general concept.
The concept of peopleware in the software community covers a variety of aspects:
Constantine on Peopleware.
The Peopleware Papers: Notes on the Human Side of Software.
Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams.
The term "Peopleware" is in general use among software practitioners to describe the extent to which an organization does or not conform to the book's proposed ideals.
Appreciate the hardware, software, and peopleware involved in designing and delivering interactive multimedia applications from the scratch to the end-users.
Also, DeMarco and Lister's ninth tape in their series on software development was a segment titled "Peopleware".
Peopleware by Tom DeMarco and Tim Lister.
The famous book Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams by de Marco and Lister brought the importance of people-related factors to the attention of a broader audience.
The term "Peopleware" also became the title and subject matter of a long-running series of columns by Larry Constantine in Software Development magazine, later compiled in book form.
Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams with co-author Tom DeMarco, Addison-Wesley Professional; 3 edition (July 1, 2013)
Lister's work with collaborator Tom DeMarco on non-technical factors affecting team and individual performance eventually resulted in their book, Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams originally published in 1987.
Peopleware's prescriptions had mixed reception, with environmental factors like relative quiet and interrupt protection generally accepted, but other suggestions, particularly the use of enclosed space around a team in preference to open plan seating, largely ignored.
In fact, Joel Spolsky [http://www.joelonsoftware.com/navLinks/fog0000000262.html] has argued that one of the reasons for Microsoft's success is that Bill Gates built an entire company full of managers who've read Peopleware.
This book is a classic - if you are serious about software development and wanting your team to deliver of their best and you have not yet read Peopleware then do so without delay. - a wealth of wisdom and practical solutions awaits!
One example is the concept of corporate entropy as put forward somewhat humorously by authors Tom DeMarco and Timothy Lister in their 1987 classic publication Peopleware, a book on growing and managing productive teams and successful software projects.
Peopleware can refer to anything that has to do with the role of people in the development or use of computer software and hardware systems, including such issues as developer productivity, teamwork, group dynamics, the psychology of programming, project management, organizational factors, human interface design, and human-machine-interaction.
The neologism, first used by Peter G. Neumann in 1977 and independently coined by Meilir Page-Jones in 1980, was popularized in the 1987 book Peopleware: Productive Projects and Teams by Tom DeMarco and Timothy Lister.
In Peopleware, a book on office work, Tom DeMarco and Tim Lister report that in an office environment, workers may take 15 minutes to achieve this state of flow in their concentration, and that it will be destroyed in a moment by an interruption such as a telephone call.