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5.0 von 5 Sternen Concise, well written, full of good and long-lasting advice.
I was surprised by some unfavourable reviews of this book, but they were probably by people expecting something different. This is not a handbook or cookbook. This book is about how to do things wisely... it is about long-lasting principles about how to program in practice. It is not a book about how to program in the latest version of a given compiler and windowing...
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Reasonably well-done but nothing new
If you have not read Steve McConnell's books this book is worth reading. The supplementary reading lists at the end of each chapter are valuable (again, if you have not already read the material cited). I was disappointed in the lack of new material and/or fresh perspective on older material. Read McConnell, Stroustrup, Lakos, Gamma et al, and Scott Meyers and skip...
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Concise, well written, full of good and long-lasting advice., 30. August 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Practice of Programming (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing) (Taschenbuch)
I was surprised by some unfavourable reviews of this book, but they were probably by people expecting something different. This is not a handbook or cookbook. This book is about how to do things wisely... it is about long-lasting principles about how to program in practice. It is not a book about how to program in the latest version of a given compiler and windowing system.
I am not a professional programmer, but I do a fair bit of programming and lately software design for our research work. I have also read some of the earlier books by the same authors. Not everything was new to me, but nontheless it was never boring reading...
I do not mind paying for a book full of ideas, and few instructions. This is a book I will not open every day, but having read it has made me a better and wiser programmer every day.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A great book if you want to be a professional programmer, 13. Mai 1999
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Practice of Programming (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing) (Taschenbuch)
There is no doubt, this is a good book. In my opinion it focuses on the right aspects of programming and it does it in a concise and enjoyable way, and even better it does it on about 250 pages only. So, in fact I can manage to read it during hectic working days, not just buy it and decorate my bookshelf with it. I would recommend it to any beginner who wants to turn into a professional programmer. For the professionals who have been in the game for some years, it works very well as a reminder of what we should focus on to stay professionals. However, I feel it lacks something on how to handle really big software systems. But, together with the books by Steve Maguire and The Mythical Man-Month by Frederick Brooks, I would say you have a very good ballast as a professional programmer.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen No waste of time here, 7. Januar 2000
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Practice of Programming (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing) (Taschenbuch)
In computing, the learning curve is doubly steep. Not only do we have to learn very complex operations, but we have to learn them at a pace unrivaled in any other field. Furthermore, the equipment improves at a rate that simply boggles the mind. In this frantic environment, we rarely have time to read our code twice, much less read a book about code. Therefore, when we do read, we must make every minute count. This is one book where your count of wasted minutes would be a very small one.
Some of the tips in this book are obvious in retrospect, yet ones that you probably would not think of. My favorite is the fact that due to the changes in processors, a double precision floating point arithmetic operation can be faster than the equivalent one for integers. In the "old" days, the gospel was that you must avoid floating point operations unless absolutely necessary, to avoid the degradation of performance.
Other tips, such as methods to assure you comment what is necessary, taking a few minutes to learn simple performance features, debugging and testing guidelines; portability issues and basic algorithm analysis should cause you to pause for a moment. Even in our hectic development environments, stopping and analyzing your code is a necessity.
It is difficult to conceive of someone who will not find a tip in here that will justify the cost of the book. Unless of course, you are one of the authors. I listed it as one of the top books of the year in my On Books column that appeared in the September, 1999 issue of _Journal of Object-Oriented Programming_.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Reasonably well-done but nothing new, 4. Juni 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Practice of Programming (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing) (Taschenbuch)
If you have not read Steve McConnell's books this book is worth reading. The supplementary reading lists at the end of each chapter are valuable (again, if you have not already read the material cited). I was disappointed in the lack of new material and/or fresh perspective on older material. Read McConnell, Stroustrup, Lakos, Gamma et al, and Scott Meyers and skip this one
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5.0 von 5 Sternen I liked it., 30. August 1999
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I have been teaching myself programming for the past few years, and the programming books I've read teach specific languages. This is a general programming book that teaches concepts that I could not learn anywhere else. Obviously, if you already understand the information in the book before you read it, you will not profit from it, and, from what I understand, it does not break new ground. I think it is a pretty clear and concise introduction to the language-independent parts of programming, such as data structures and algorithms. I'm not ready for the Knuth books yet, and this book was a nice introduction.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen A book that is full of wisdom and real world examples., 21. September 1999
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Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Practice of Programming (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing) (Taschenbuch)
When the book was published I liked the title and knowing the authors assumed it would be a good book to have. The emphasis is more on C, less on C++ and Java and OOP in general. The chapters: Debugging, Testing, Performance and Portability describe real world examples and in concise way points out important practical aspects of software development. It is useful for practicing programmers with C,C++ or Java background. It is complementing what most other books do not cover. That is why I bought it. It is worth the price. Would be happier if the book covered the OOP traps and pitfalls more deeply.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen excellent overview, 27. Mai 2006
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This book is just great. It is one of the very few books giving an overview over universal programming best practices and introduces many important concepts - ranging from simple algorithms and data structures to a small virtual machine to evaluate mathematical expressions. It is not written in a cookbook-style, it leads the readers to a deeper understanding. Though other reviewers criticise the coding conventions used in the book or the fact that a lot of the code is written in C (some in AWK, Perl, Java, C++ and TCL as well), style and language are pretty much subjective things. The authors do show consitency - and every example is described in the text and easily understandable on its own. I personally am more of a Java/Ruby fan, but I had no problems with their choice of language and style. If I could give this book six stars I would. It deserves them.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Good for starters... bit shallow for experienced programmers, 23. Juni 1999
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Disappointed with the depth of the content, but I can see that this would be a good read for college and/or new programmers. The book deals mainly with implementation issues, with token gestures to high level design. For C++ I'd still recommend Meyers' two "Effective C++" books over this for programming style, and Lakos' "Large-Scale C++ Software Design" for an exhaustive forey into implementation issues. As I say, not a bad book, but other people have already written ones that are much better, so save your money and buy one of the better ones instead.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Doesn't go beyond the basics, 28. Juli 1999
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I really wanted to see more on software engineering, testing tools, etc. I think this book, if done well, would have been a huge tome. Instead, it is not a very insightful book for an experienced programmer. While it would be very useful for a novice or intermediate programmer, I'd have to recommend Code Complete over this one.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Snappy Reading and Excellent Advice with One Shortcoming., 8. Juni 2000
Rezension bezieht sich auf: The Practice of Programming (Addison-Wesley Professional Computing) (Taschenbuch)
Hi,
This book is great for programming style and clarity but there is a glaring flaw: The authors have a bad case of six (or eight) letteritus when it comes to variable names. Even though they advocate readable names for globals and functions, they still change "procedure" to "proc", "SIZE" to "SIZ" and "buffer" to "buf".
Other than that it is a good book.
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