- Tapa dura: 576 páginas
- Editor: John Wiley & Sons; Edición: 1 (14 de febrero de 2003)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 0471204595
- ISBN-13: 978-0471204596
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Software Design: From Programming to Architecture (Inglés) Tapa dura – 14 feb 2003
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Description: UML (the Unified Modeling Language), design patterns, and software component technologies are three new advances that help software engineers create more efficient and effective software designs. Now Eric Braude pulls these three advances together into one unified presentation.
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UML (the Unified Modeling Language), design patterns, and software component technologies are three new advances that help software engineers create more efficient and effective software designs. Now Eric Braude pulls these three advances together into one unified presentation: A helpful project threaded throughout the book enables readers to apply what they are learning Presents a modern and applied approach to software design Numerous design patterns with detailed explanations provide essential tools for technical and professional growth Includes extensive discussion of UML with many UML examplesVer Descripción del producto
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It has three main centers of attention: design patterns, component software, and software engineering (SWEng). This last is Prof. Braude's specialty. He addresses industrial SWEng directly in another book, in far more detail than this book attempts.
This is not "SWEng-lite" though. It presents SWEng as the context in which software is designed - the environment in which design patterns are applied. Other design pattern books seem to address design as an isolated event, with no context and no further concerns than design. That, in my opinion, is how other books fail. Design is just a fraction, typically 10% down to 1% of a program's lifetime cost. SWEng addresses the whole of a software project's life.
This book exists to place design, in terms of design patterns, in its proper place in a software system's time line. In part, it's a commentary on the "Design Patterns" book by Gamma et al. In part, it's a summary of SWEng process. Other books do each job better. This book unifies the two fields, though, and may be unique in taking on that unification as its main goal.
For the general reader, this book's discussion of component software may seem shallow and tangential. Perhaps it works well in Prof. Braude's classroom, but I think it adds one concept too many to an otherwise good book. The component and .NET sections may have value in his classroom, but I think they add little to an otherwise interesting approach to two important topics.
I think this book has a place in a complete software engineering library. Maybe not the highest place, or second highest. Still, it will give the knowledgeable reader a uncommon view of individual design as part of the professional software practice.
First time I found book where UML and source code is coupled together.
A lot of examples, exercises, very clear description and good portion of hints.
I would recommend this book for every developer and architect.