Pattern–Oriented Software Architecture For Dummies (Anglais) Broché – 11 janvier 2013
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Imagine how much easier it would be to solve a programming problem, if you had access to the best practices from all the top experts in the field, and you could follow the best design patterns that have evolved through the years. Well, now you can. This unique book offers development solutions ranging from high–level architectural patterns, to design patterns that apply to specific problems encountered after the overall structure has been designed, to idioms in specific programming languages––all in one, accessible, guide. Not only will you improve your understanding of software design, you′ll also improve the programs you create and successfully take your development ideas to the next level.
- Pulls together the best design patterns and best practices for software design into one accessible guide to help you improve your programming projects
- Helps you avoid re–creating the wheel and also meet the ever–increasing pace of rev cycles, as well as the ever–increasing number of new platforms and technologies for mobile, web, and enterprise computing
- Fills a gap in the entry–level POSA market, as well as a need for guidance in implementing best practices from the ground up
Save time and avoid headaches with your software development projects with Pattern–Oriented Software Architecture For Dummies.
Quatrième de couverture
- Understand software architecture basics and implement best practices
- Recognize and utilize patterns, layers, pipes, filters, and MVC
- Create patterns and build your own pattern collection
- Incorporate plans for emerging platforms and technologies into your projects
Speed up the development process and improve the quality of your software
From large–scale distributed systems to mobile apps, there′s a time–tested solution for every design and programming challenge you′re likely to encounter. This friendly For Dummies guide is your key to addressing any design issue you may face. Written by design pattern guru Robert Hanmer, this book will arm you with proven solutions for a vast array of software development tasks from high–level architecture headaches to low–level, language–specific dilemmas, and everything in between.
- The lowdown on patterns find out what software architecture patterns are, how they work, and how to make them a powerful tool in your developer′s toolkit
- Picking the perfect pattern get the inside scoop on how patterns are organized and cataloged and how to find the right one for any problem you encounter fast!
- Reinvent the wheel no more learn how to create your own quick–reference catalog of most–used patterns
- Learn super–versatile architectural patterns discover patterns that offer architecture solutions for every type of software system, from full–scale intranets to user interfaces
- Fantastic fixes arm yourself with dozens of tried–and–true patterns for fixing specific problems with finished software
- Recipe for success discover how to document your architecture with CRC cards, UML, and other techniques
Open the book and find:
- Software design basics
- Tips for implementing best practices from the ground up
- Patterns for basic programming problems
- Super–versatile patterns for all types of software systems
- Ten patterns every programmer needs to know
- Idioms in specific programming languages
- Links to sites with additional patterns for specific problems
- Different approaches for solving the same problems
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However, the figures in this one display terribly on a Kindle running on Android Nexus 5. I have the latest Kindle software, even though it asks for permissions I'm not comfortable with (e.g., list of running apps, phone calls, etc.)
Here's a screen shot: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9aAbha28QkabXZoU2huVlktZFk/edit?usp=sharing
Long version: I'm not really the kind of person who buys or read Dummies books but this isn't the kind of book for your average Dummy. How many Dummies are interested in software architecture? Let alone patterns?
The reason to buy this book is that you are not a dummy but many of those books are abstract and, frankly, boring. This book is a lot less abstract and hence far more accessible and easier to read. Technically this book is every bit as strong the Pattern Oriented Software Architecture (POSA) and Pattern Languages of Program Design (PLOPD) books sitting on myself.
This book is idea for software engineers and developers out there who have a few years experience and increasingly find they need to know more about how big systems, important systems, reliable systems work. When you realise you can't just hack it and hope for the rest of your career.
Still, I'm an experiences software engineer, well versed in patterns and architecture and I can get something from this book.
Anyone buying this book probably won't be a Dummy, and they certainly won't be a Dummy after reading it.
Bob Hanmer describes the patterns very clearly and completely. I highly recommend this book to both entry level programmers/designers and also to those who have read a few books on software design. I really like the style that Bob Hanmer uses in this book to describe the patterns. The book nicely opens up interesting issues about each of the patterns, represents them in a cohesive format, and communicates a rich set of design knowledge, full of nuances.
Patterns are one of the most misunderstood concepts in software. Patterns are more than just what the English language definition of the word implies, and by their nature, Patterns are not novel ideas; you’ve seen them before because they work. Because of the superficial simplicity of Patterns, using software patterns effectively can be tricky. Patterns are more than just the structure of the software. Patterns also involve the context in you apply them, and the problem that you are trying to solve. Newcomers to the concept of patterns also sometimes mistake the number of patterns in a solution with a good solution.
When I received a review copy of Pattern Oriented Software Architecture for Dummies, I was intrigued.
A better title of the book might have been “Using and Understanding Patterns (for Dummies)” since I feel that most readers will walk away from the book with a better understudying of what patterns are, than about how to build architectures. Another minor complaint is that the first section of the book spends a bit more time than needed on tools and approaches for describing architecture, but the rest of the book is worth a read if you feel that you don’t understand what patterns are. There are few books that cover that such a broad sweep of the patterns landscape so concisely. When you’re done you’ll want to read more, guided by the resource section at the end of the book. This is a good resource for a software developer who wants to learn more about patterns.
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