Computer Says No

coming in Sep 2017

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Computer Says No is a book about wrong assumptions, computer bugs, and humans caught in between. The book is currently work in progress, and will be published in Sep 2017. You can read the material so far on LeanPub.

You’ll read stories on what happens to people whose last name makes them invisible to computers, how to make time flow in the opposite direction and how a default password once caused a zombie apocalypse. People involved with business analysis will get nice tips on typical blind-spots and aspects they should discuss with business stakeholders. People involved in developing software will learn how to avoid common mistakes, how to create better models and prevent silly problems caused by wrong assumptions. People involved in testing will learn how to create better testing heuristics. And you’ll have quite a few nice laughs.

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