André Akinyele Releases a Non-Fiction Book

(San Francisco, CA) A native son of San Francisco, California U.S.A., André Akinyele possesses a remarkable combination of talent attributes.  As a recording music artist, the previously said, still holds true.  In fact and for his music; the remarkable combination is funk, pop, hip-hop, mystical soul and R&B.  André Akinyele’s five most recent music albums are; Telegram Mews (2018), The Unauthorized Playlist (2016), Metal Skin and Ivory Birds-The Remixes (2015), Metal Skin and Ivory Birds (2015) and The Potomac Syndrome (2012).  Recently, André Akinyele announced that, he has released a book.  The book is a non-fiction book, and, it is entitled; So, what’s the Big Deal about Scrum? A Methodology Handbook for Developers.  Keeping true to the remarkable combination of talent attributes that, André Akinyele possesses, the aforementioned book is intended to be; a non-fiction handbook.  Specifically; this handbook is meant for app, game, software and web developers.  So, what’s the Big Deal about Scrum? A Methodology Handbook for Developers, is scheduled to be released on April 16th, 2019. 

          On April 16th, 2019, readers will be able to take the next step in thought with; So, what’s the Big Deal about Scrum? A Methodology Handbook for Developers.  The previously said; is a reference to the fact that, the aforementioned non-fiction book, originally started as an essay.  A graduate school essay, to be specific, and it was entitled; What’s So Special about Scrum?  According to André Akinyele, the inspiration for the book came, when he discovered that his essay was being used as a reference guide.  As a reference guide, Akinyele’s essay was used to assist developers, so that they could understand the Scrum Method.  Through the Scrum Method, these developers were able to improve, collaborative productivity.  The collaborative productivity was successfully applied to the development of apps, games, software and websites.  Additionally, André Akinyele’s essay also tightened up a wide ranged field, of informational resources.  Through the tightening up process; he quickly outlines who, what, where, when, why and how about Scrum.  The previously stated, can be found in the essay, What’s So Special about Scrum?

          Continuing with, So, what’s the Big Deal about Scrum? A Methodology Handbook for Developers, the aforementioned literary work expands on the original essay.  Additionally, it attempts to offer an improved scope.  The improved scope is for the field of development, when there is a need to manage a project and/or product.  For the previously said; this handbook attempts to be concise, when it comes to, the understanding and implementation of Scrum.  Additionally, a methodology framework for Scrum, is also, presented or argued.  The methodology framework, as it is argued; does quickly translate for use on the development of an app, a game, software or a website.

          To end, André Akinyele has released, or published, one other book.  In fact and to be precise, for the other book, he is a co-author.  This book is entitled, Elliptical:  The Music of Meshell Ndegeocello.  The other co-author is Jon O’Bergh.  Elliptical:  The Music of Meshell Ndegeocello; is published by Orange River Books, and, it is distributed by Book Baby.  It is 170 pages long, and, it was officially released March 31st, 2015.  As previously stated, André Akinyele recently announced that, he has released a book.  The book is a non-fiction book, and, it is entitled; So, what’s the Big Deal about Scrum? A Methodology Handbook for Developers.  The aforementioned book, is intended to be a non-fiction handbook.  Specifically; this handbook is meant for app, game, software and web developers.  So, what’s the Big Deal about Scrum? A Methodology Handbook for Developers, is scheduled to be released on April 16th, 2019.  Lastly; the book publisher is Orange River Books, whilst, the distributor is Book Baby.

 

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