Developers Quickly Implement Scrum Method with New Definitive Book by Developer André Akinyele

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‘So, What’s the Big Deal About Scrum? A Methodology Handbook for Developers’ offers everything a game, software, and web developer needs to quickly use the Scrum method.

San Francisco, CA (PRUnderground) April 16th, 2019

Game developer and recording artist André Akinyele released his new book “So, What’s the Big Deal About Scrum? A Methodology Handbook for Developers” Tuesday, April 16, 2019. Buy the print edition or eBook now at Amazon (

With a quick and concise take on explaining what Scrum is, how it works, how to implement it, and why one should, Akinyele’s methodology handbook for developers offers a definitive book for developers and students, and an important new voice to understand and quickly implement Scrum principles and values as a methodology framework in app, game, software, and web development.

One of Akinyele’s biggest complaints in graduate school was the lack of a definitive Scrum methodology resource. As a software engineering grad student, he had to buy expensive books that, often, included extraneous information. Akinyele remembered having to utilize wide-ranging reading resources to understand the Scrum method, wishing there was one definitive book that detailed quickly the who, what, where, when, why, and how on Scrum.

“So, What’s the Big Deal About Scrum?” (Orange River Books / BookBaby, 9781543965445), is a book inspired by Akinyele’s graduate school short essay “What’s So Special About Scrum?” The essay is used as a reference worldwide in industry and colleges.

Designed to help developers and students understand the Scrum method for improving collaborative productivity in app, game, software, and web development, the concepts in this book improve new scope to the field of development when managing projects and product development.

This book is a concise handbook to understanding and implementing Scrum as a methodology framework and offers everything an app, game, software, and web developer needs to quickly utilize one of the most common methods in industry use.

About André Akinyele:

San Francisco Bay Area native, multi-talented, and recording artist André Akinyele keeps busy releasing music and writing books, including the co-authored “Elliptical: The Music of Meshell Ndegeocello.” To learn more about André Akinyele access his official website:

About Orange River

Orange River is an independent record label, film studio, and book publishing company. Orange River Recording Artists: Andre Akinyele, Gemini Soul, Lavender Lush, Looking for Lester, and Jon Obergh.

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