The Mikado Method book is being published at Manning. At the moment it is in the Manning Early Access Program (MEAP) during which you can buy the book and read the chapters as they are produced and published.

Please visit the following page for more information, and how to purchase:

http://www.manning.com/themikadomethod

12 Responses to “The Book”

  1. [...] understand the benefits and proper application of the Mikado Method, read the freely available draft of the Mikado Method book and try it on the “code kata” exercises that the authors have prepared for [...]

  2. David said

    Brilliant book.

    I’d love to take it with me on my Sony Reader, but there are a few issuens…

    Everything’s ok on the smallest ‘zoom’ level, but that means that the text is tiny!

    I can soom in, but that involves ‘re-flowing’ the page.

    Unfortunately, the last words on each line get split incorrectly.
    I.e. the line ending “as they often do, there usually comes a time” gets split: “as they often d” and “o, there usually comes a time”.

    Anything you might be able to fix?

    Another great alternative would be to have an EPUB version – which is *much* better for ebook readers!

    Thanks for contributing such a great idea / book.

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  5. [...] understand the benefits and proper application of the Mikado Method, read the freely available draft of the Mikado Method book and try it on the “code kata” exercises that the authors have prepared for you. Some [...]

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  7. docwhat said

    Maybe add a footnote in the introduction for greenfield and brownfield? I know that I hadn’t heard these terms until recently and I would suppose others would be confused by them as well.

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