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Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture, Patterns for Concurrent and Networked Objects: Volume 2 (Wiley Software Patterns Series)
 
 

Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture, Patterns for Concurrent and Networked Objects: Volume 2 (Wiley Software Patterns Series) [Kindle Edition]

Douglas C. Schmidt , Michael Stal , Hans Rohnert , Frank Buschmann
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"...an excellent source of key architecture and design patterns...this is a key reference book for anyone serious about OO modeling."
--www.ambysoft.com
 
"Let me Start by saying that I highly recommend this book. If you are a reader of the expanding literature on pattern-oriented software design, rush out and buy this book! This book has the potential to be a seminal volume." --Glenn E. Mitchell II, Ph.D.: Microsoft Office Pro; www.msofficepro.com; (5/30/01)

"This book is one of the more important contributions to the literature on 'patterns' and deserves to become a standard text on its specified area of interest."
-- Overload, September 2000
 
"Let me Start by saying that I highly recommend this book. If you are a reader of the expanding literature on pattern-oriented software design, rush out and buy this book! This book has the potential to be a seminal volume." --Glenn E. Mitchell II, Ph.D.: Microsoft Office Pro; www.msofficepro.com; (5/30/01)

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Designing application and middleware software to run in concurrent and networked environments is a significant challenge to software developers. The patterns catalogued in this second volume of Pattern-Oriented Software Architectures (POSA) form the basis of a pattern language that addresses issues associated with concurrency and networking.

The book presents 17 interrelated patterns ranging from idioms through architectural designs. They cover core elements of building concurrent and network systems: service access and configuration, event handling, synchronization,

and concurrency. All patterns present extensive examples and known uses in multiple programming languages, including C++, C, and Java.

The book can be used to tackle specific software development problems or read from cover to cover to provide a fundamental understanding of the best practices for constructing concurrent and networked applications and middleware.

About the Authors

This book has been written by the award winning team responsible for the first POSA volume "A System of Patterns", joined in this volume by Douglas C. Schmidt from University of California, Irvine (UCI), USA.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Dateigröße: 3995 KB
  • Seitenzahl der Print-Ausgabe: 666 Seiten
  • Verlag: Wiley; Auflage: 1 (19. April 2013)
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  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ASIN: B00CHK5SIA
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Ein Muss fuer Pattern-Fans? 12. März 2001
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Ich habe dieses Buch waehrende einer Woche Urlaub auf Lanzarote verschlungen und diese Zeit war beileibe nicht verschwendet. Zur Lektuere empfehle ich allerdings als absolutes Muss-Voraussetzung die Pattern-Bibel der GoF und Programmierkenntnisse (IO und TCP/IP) auf WinNT und Unix-Derivaten, um nicht schnell an der Fuelle der Informationen zu verzweifeln. Nur mit diesem Hintergrund lernt man die dargereichten Muster und Beispiel-Implementierungen voll zu schaetzen. Im Vergleich zum Buch der GoF bewegen sich die vorgestellten Muster weg von der reinen Allgemeingültigkeit hin zu einer mehr praktischen Ebene mit vielen betriebsystemspezifischen Beispielen, mit einem leichten Hang hin zu WinNT ohnen aber Hinweise auf Unix zu vernachlaessigen. Vielleicht der einzige Punkt an dem sich Kritik festmachen lässt: Die hier vorgestellten Muster erscheinen manchmal als Abwandlungen/Weiterentwicklungen bereits bestehender Muster, insbesondere der GoF-Muster. Sie sind daher vielleicht nicht unbedingt als eigenstaendige Muster zu betrachten. Aber das liegt wie immer im Auge des Betrachters :-) Um die Frage aus der Ueberschrift zu beantworten: Ja, ich finde dieses Buch ist ein Muss fuer jeden Liebhaber durchdachter Software und ich danke hiermit den Autoren fuer ihr Werk.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent! 8. Februar 2001
Von Michi - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book consists of three sections: a short introduction that outlines the problem space, a section containing a large collection of patterns, and a short final section that talks about weaving patterns into a pattern language and offers a few speculations as to the future of patterns.
The first section is quite short, but covers the problem space nicely and provides the motivation for what follows. The presentation is greatly helped by a case study for applying patterns to a concurrent web server; this illustrates how individual patterns can be used to solve particular problems and provides a practical perspective for how to make use of what is in the remainder of the book.
The second section constitutes the majority of the book and describes a large collection of network and concurrency patterns. Here is where the real meat of the book can be found, with 17 different patterns plus variants. There is something for everyone here, such as interceptor, reactor, acceptor-connector, etc. The patterns are presented clearly, with ample UML diagrams to support the extensive explanations. What I liked particularly is that the presentation is both complete and fair. For example, the double-checked locking pattern isn't just presented as a panacea for singleton initialization. Instead, you get explicit warnings about memory coherency issues, together with examples for how to deal with them, so you don't go and implement something and then wonder why it doesn't work...
The final section of the book shows how to connect patterns into a pattern language, such that each pattern nicely fits into a larger architectural whole. There is also some speculation as to where patterns might be headed next. (According to the authors, we are nowhere near having exhausted the topic.)
Overall, I was really impressed with this book. The text provides extensive references to existing literature, so if you are interested in learning about a particular topic in more detail, you'll find plenty of material for further reading. And there is an index that actually works (which is a rarity these days).
While the language is lucid, the book is probably not something you want to read in a single sitting. Instead, it's the sort of book you browse through, picking up interesting things as you go, and then referring back to them when you need more detail. (I read the book over a number of weeks, digesting a chapter at a time when it suited me.)
Overall, I highly recommend this book. While much of the content has been published previously, it's difficult to find elsewhere and not as up to date. Here, you get everything in one place, presented in a form that works both for learning and as a reference.
If you are interested in programming distributed systems, don't miss this--there is no other book that covers the ground anywhere near as well!
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Tools you must have as a programmer and archtitect today 29. Oktober 2000
Von Bruce R Trask - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I highly recommend this book! If you've ever wrestled with the varying idiosyncrasies of different operating systems' APIs, the gory details of network programming and/or the complexities of multithreaded programming, then you need this book. Even if you haven't yet and are just now getting into network and concurrent programming, then you will need the tools in this book. The writing style is very very easy to read even though it is tackling a complex subject. You can tell as you read it that it was written by programmers who have been in the trenches of network and concurrent programming.
Almost as important as the patterns presented in the core of the book, are the descriptions of the challenges one faces when architecting and writing concurrent and networked software. For me, getting a clear understanding of these exact challenges and difficulties simplified the entire task of distributed programming. Add to that the patterns themselves and I feel anyone who reads this will have a great deal of confidence and competence in concurrent and networked programming.
Each pattern is clearly laid out and includes real-life examples and sample code. Additionally, there are clear descriptions of how these patterns work together to solve real problems. I was able to put the patterns described in this book into immediate use in the large-scale industrial projects that I was and still am working on. And when I say I was able to put them to use, I mean not just sparingly but rather at the very core of the architecture I was building. I can honestly say that the use of the patterns and techniques described in this book has saved me hundreds of hours of time and headache! This book takes what has been, in the past, the skill of only a few programmers and provides you with tools to tackle the complex tasks of architecting and programming concurrent and networked software.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Network programmer - This book is a must. 6. März 2001
Von Kobi Cohen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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If your intention is writing a network, concurrent application, the book is both a place to start and the best reference when trying to design your application. It explains each pattern, the context, the problems, the solutions, how to implement, why do we implement that way, examples, variants of the pattern, the advantages and the disadvantages of each pattern, how to combine the patterns together, and more. The book is very very clear and understandable (many books lacks this important feature!). One I have read the book I was able to start and implement a concurrent Server. It is very clear that without that book it was hard to do so! There is no doubt that this book makes the concurrent programming simpler for both, beginners and advanced.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Good Patterns Hidden in Excessive Verbiage 21. November 2004
Von Louis K. Thomas - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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First, the patterns in this book are very good. It was nice to see some coverage of low level networking patterns. As an experienced programmer, I was vaguely familiar with many of the patterns already, but it is really helpful to see the lines drawn in the sand, to hear why the authors chose to break things up as they did, and to understand the ramifications of the patterns in greater detail (eg, their clarification of the difference between Observer and Interceptor was quite helpful). I even got to learn some new patterns! (The Leader / Followers pattern was new to me.)

That said, the writing style about drove me BANANAS! I have never lost my place in a sentence when reading a book so many times. I must have read every line twice. Look, I'm a computer geek - I LOVE dense technical books, but this is something else. It's like reading Shakespear, or Charles Dickens. The authors must have been paid by the word. The specific implies the general! Have mercy! I don't need the difference between an interface and its concrete implementation belabored every time it comes up (and in a patterns book, believe me it's often!)
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Deep Patterns 13. Dezember 2000
Von R. Williams - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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With so many patterns books out there written by little pikers who've probably never worked on a codebase of more than a thousand lines, this is a gust of fresh air. The first volume in this series is one of the great patterns books. The only knock I could offer on this book is that it is slanted a little toward the net equivalent of a kernel mechanic: in this day and age of the container as king, not many of us are doing thread locking on sockets (thank you Sun!<g>). That said, these are intelligent examinations of patterns that are very realistic. I just reread the section on asynchronous notification mechanisms and the trade-offs between implementing a 'double observer' and other variations and was struck by the degree to which the material had been thought through and all the logical dependencies intelligently communicated. If you want to see what patterns look like when they are in the hands of seriously bright people, not some book junk of the month JC dropout, tune in here.
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