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Test Driven Book Reading

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http://blogs.msdn.com/jmeier/archive/2008/02/19/5-keys-to-improving-your-reading-speed.aspx

I like it – I use a lot of these techniques when I’m reading technical books for specifics… less so when I’m looking for an overall introduction to a new technology, since I don’t know what all the questions are when I start. I do tend to shift half-way through to the question-based approach.

This is just a specialization of defining success criteria, and then executing a repeatable (yet flexible) procedure to fulfill those criteria. Thus, Test Driven Development Book Reading (not to be confused with what I did right before taking my MCPD exam, which was read the chapters that correlated to what I failed in the sample test, which again could be considered Test Driven Book Reading)

  
 

Written by erwilleke

February 19th, 2008 at 8:31 am

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