Confessions of an IT Manager
by Phil Factor
Publisher: Red gate books 2009
Number of pages: 316
Phil Factor is a legend in his own runtime. Scurrilous, absurd, confessional and scathing by turns, Confessions of an IT Manager targets the idiocy, incompetence and overreach of the IT management industry from vantage point all the way up and down the greasy pole.
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