I am currently reading Building Software Teams, which is the companion/follow-up to Building Maintainable Software.
It is a thin book focusing on the thing around building software in a way that it can be maintainable/clean/etc. If none of the topics discussed in this book are new for your team, then it's good: revision control, continuous integration, test automation, deployment automation, ...
It presents the motivation why these things are important. The book is more for team leads and managers. But it can also be useful to developers, especially as backing towards management why certain things should be done.
I have not been in a role of managing a team, thus solely working on a feature I was tasked to do. There were times when I thought that management, software cycle, test automation, etc can be improved. This looks like a great book and will be on my reading list. Thank you for pointing it out.
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