The Joy of Patterns. Using Patterns for Enterprise Development (Broché)

Brandon Goldfedder

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Take the struggle out of learning about design patterns! Through example-based teaching, The Joy of Patterns reveals the essence of design patterns as an advanced language for describing system design. This book illustrates how to build more efficient, robust, and reusable designs with this powerful programming paradigm. Design patterns have been used as integral techniques for creating better software, but getting started with design patterns bas never been easy. Beginning with a description of the rationale behind design patterns, the discussion moves on to an overview of the basic pattern form, and then to a brief review of object-oriented concepts. Following this crucial background, the author presents a series of system design examples from initial conception all the way through code, discussing key design goals and the pros and cons of using various design patterns. Code is presented in Java, C++, and Visual Basic. The reader will gain insight into the inherent forces at work in the application design and the most effective application of numerous core design patterns as solutions to recurring programming problems. You will read and learn about such important ideas and topics as: Patterns as the language of design and the building blocks of architecture; The value and use of many standard patterns in system design; Extensible software development and change management; Utilizing supporting patterns to prevent loose ends; Testing and deploying new behaviors; Understanding requirements and creating hinge points for entities that are likely to change. The Joy of Patterns examines the relationship between specific programming languages and language-independent design patterns. It also looks at the role of patterns in building systems from scratch through system maintenance and product evolution. With the background and deeper understanding harnessed from this book, you will have the ability to unleash the considerable power of design patterns and enhance the quality of your programming efforts.
    • Initial Thoughts: A Personal Note
    • An Introduction to Patterns
    • OO at a Glance
    • A Product Configurator
    • BurgerShop 101
    • Programming Languages and Patterns
    • Patterns and System Development
    • Patterns and System Evolution (Maintenance)
    • Closing Thoughts
  • Date de parution : 01/01/2002
  • Editeur : Addison Wesley
  • ISBN : 0-201-65759-7
  • EAN : 9780201657593
  • Présentation : Broché
  • Nb. de pages : 176 pages
  • Poids : 0.435 Kg
  • Dimensions : 18,7 cm × 23,3 cm × 1,3 cm

Biographie de Brandon Goldfedder

Brandon Goldfedder has had more than 15 years of experience developing solutions for commercial industry and military operations, fulfilling the role of enterprise architect for dozens of Fortune 1000 clients. He has developed revisions of the Design Patterns for Software Developers and the Design Patterns for Managers courses that have been used by Fortune 500 companies such as MCI, BellCore, AGCS, and Lucent. Brandon is a vice president at Braun Consulting where he provides consulting and mentoring in the architecture of customer relationship management (CRM) systems and also assists customers in developing enterprise frameworks and systems through the use of techniques such as design patterns.

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