Beyond that, this first section reads pretty much like any book on software project management. A pattern applied in the wrong context becomes an AntiPattern. Added to Your Shopping Cart. Some Words about Words I like this book, but I don’t like its potentially corrosive effect on the English language. Written by an all-star team of object-oriented systems developers, AntiPatterns identifies 40 of the most common AntiPatterns in the areas of software development, architecture, and project management. You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. He loves programming, writing, and too many other things for his own good.
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AntiPatterns are both fun and revealing. Introduction to Patterns and AntiPatterns.
For problems or questions regarding this web contact [Web Master]. Would you like to change to the site? Rwfactoring Words about Words I like this book, but I don’t like its potentially corrosive effect on the Antipatterns refactoring software architectures and projects in crisis language.
The reason this term gives me such softwate is because it seems to promise a lot more than it delivers. In the words of the book, “the Lava Flow of obsolete technologies and forgotten extensions leaves hardened globules of dead code in its wake. For starters, this book has appropriated antipatferns perfectly clear word, refactoringand hitched it to a perfectly vague concept, the refactored solution.
The book describes 18 major AntiPatterns and even more “mini AntiPatterns” in three categories: Permissions Request permission to reuse content archutectures this site. A couple of problems identified in the book are difficulty in finding the appropriate patterns, and difficulty in assimilating them once found. I hardly think a programmer who had sweated blood on a project would appreciate such a dismissive assessment. How to Use This Book I think that if you read this book, you can’t help but absorb some general programming wisdom.
Beyond that, this first section reads pretty much like any book on software project management.
So the first four chapters of this book focus on the nature of patterns, of AntiPatterns, and how they relate to software development. This web site is all about AntiPatterns.
That could refactorinh a remarkable difference in how things turn out.
One final complaint, and then I’m done. It would be a mistake, however, to conclude that this book was a high-minded spoof of the Patterns movement. The high-level AntiPatterns on software architecture are a particularly valuable contribution to software engineering. Better look here to learn what to do You always knew you’d laugh at architrctures CM troubles someday!
AntiPatterns: Refactoring Software, Architectures, and Projects in Crisis
If you sense that the project you’re on is headed for the sewer, this book will help you articulate softwate wrong to your project manager. I feel duty-bound to tell you to “eat your peas” – you probably shouldn’t skip these chapters. May we suggest that you start with ” What’s an AntiPattern ” if you’re new to the world of AntiPatterns.
I resonated with one insight after another, having witnessed too many wayward projects myself.
AntiPatterns – Refactoring Software, Architectures, and Projects in Crisis | Dr Dobb’s
But I can see two specific ways this book can be helpful to programmers. It is something that opposes the ill effects of the AntiPattern, either regactoring prevention or as an antidote. BROWN is an independent consultant with extensive experience in large-scale software development project management. AntiPatterns are not exact opposites of the design patterns popularized by Gamma et al .
AntiPatterns – Refactoring Software, Architectures, and Projects in Crisis
Advice for Using AntiPatterns. AntiPatterns introduce a feature not found in plain old patterns: Like patterns, AntiPatterns have associated “forces,” and consequences. The authors are really attempting two things here.
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