Christophe Addinquy

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Software consultant in OO technologies and process


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A System of Patterns: Pattern-Oriented Software Ar&hellip von Frank Buschmann
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Definitively, after reading the GoF book, get this one ! The Design Patterns receive more attention in my own opinion, because patterns newcomers (I was one of them, few years ago) found at first (nices) solutions that may be applied directly. It take a little time to understand that the great idea is elsewhere. POSA book (this one) tackle directly to this great idea, and exposes several patterns categories (3, in fact). Architectural patterns are really well explained, much better than in the GoF. The POSA book receive less attention probably because authors forget the idea to "attract" newcomers, at least in my mind. Anyway, the Design Patterns is my "book of the… Mehr dazu
Building Web Applications with UML (Addison-Wesley&hellip von Jim Conallen
4.0 von 5 Sternen A good surprise, 23. Juni 2000
Honestly, I'd own this book with only a little conviction. In truth, I now effectively work with UML on web application. In truth, I trust in the Addison Wesley's OO series, but I found to much buzzword in the title to be honest ... But in fact, the book is good ! It's probably too light for UML experts (I pretend to be one of them), it's also probably too light for web experts (I'm not). But, first of all, it's very rare to be the both. Second, the book really makes the connexion between both worlds ! And it makes it in a smart fashion with good and effective ideas, like simple activities and effective traceability. If you know Doug Rosenberg's book, you will be easy with the… Mehr dazu
Effective C++: 50 Specific Ways to Improve Your Pr&hellip von Scott Meyers
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A Jewel, 23. Juni 2000
First of all, let me explain to you why I consider Effective C++ as one of the best book I have ever red ! This book is technical, for sure. But scott meyer's way of "walking" through the explanation makes it nearly simple. Moreover, the style, with lot of jokes, makes it a pleasure. At the end, we've lost the feeling to have read a technical book. Incredible! As far as I remeber, I red the first edition several years ago, just after learning basic C++ feature: This book helps me to understand that we must know more than the syntax. That's why I recomand the book as a second level book, once you have learn C++ basis and even after few month of practice. ... Then Get it and… Mehr dazu