The RRP Software Development Book and Ebook

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Managing Software Development with RRP
Helping you make better software one Waaaaaah! at a time!



I’m really proud to finally reveal the idea of the book I’ve been working on for the last 5 years.


Francesco Cirillo is a software developer, product manager and industry consultant. He created the Pomodoro Technique and originated the Anti-IF Campaign. He currently runs FC Garage and Programming with Francesco in Berlin. Recombining Relational Production is his most recent creation: the culmination of work started in 2008.


Waaaaaah! Decision Making Model

This book is a personal approach helping you to deal with the uncertainty that often comes alongside decision-making. Whether you’re writing a book or developing a piece of software, you have to work your way through a long line of decisions. How can you make your decision-making more productive? This new book will show you how to become more aware of the process involved in taking the next step.

Recombining Relational Production

RRP is a general approach to producing value based on the idea of applying and developing relationship with the product you’re creating. RRP can be applied to any situation involving conceptual production: developing an idea, learning a new skill, writing a book, or prioritising a set of features. Building relationship with your product in its process of becoming helps you help it grow efficiently and sustainably.

Managing Software Development with RRP

This book demonstrates how RRP can be applied to manage software development. When we look for relationship with the software we’re developing, we’re doing a new sort of Software Design. With decombination and other relational operations, software development becomes predictable, throughput increases and growth becomes sustainable.


Pomodoro Technique

Two million people have already found success using the Pomodoro Technique, and now it's easier than ever to put this time-honored classic to work for you too. This "deceptively simple" time‐management technique will show you how to structure your time, and order your tasks to reach maximum efficiency.


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