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- KurzbeschreibungA handbook for enterprise system developers guiding them through the intricacies and lessons learned in enterprise application development. The latest book from noted technology guru Martin Fowler. Provides proven solutions to the everyday problems facing information systems developers. Patterns are supported by code examples, in both Java and C. Developers of enterprise applications (e.g reservation systems, supply chain programs, financial systems, etc.) face a unique set of challenges, different than those faced by their desktop system and embedded system peers. For this reason, enterprise developers must uncover their own solutions. In this new book, noted software engineering expert Martin Fowler turns his attention to enterprise application development. He helps professionals understand the complex -- yet critical -- aspects of architecture. While architecture is important to all application development, it is particularly critical to the success of an enterprise project, where issues such as performance and concurrent multi-user access are paramount. The book presents patterns (proven solutions to recurring problems) in enterprise architecture, and the context provided by the author enables the reader to make the proper choices when faced with a difficult design decision. Martin Fowler has written four books on software development: Analysis Patterns, UML Distilled (two editions), Refactoring, and Planning Extreme Programming. He is well-known throughout the software engineering community, and is currently Chief Scientist for ThoughtWorks, Inc., an application development company.
- AutorMartin Fowler
- SerieThe Addison-Wesley Signature Series
- Seiten560 Seiten
- Gewicht1123 g
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