Tag Archives: OO
Learning PHP Design Patterns, William Sanders, O’Reilly 2013 Web programmers will want to read this book, in particular users of PHP. PHP’s success as a web app language comes largely from its freedom from structure: you can hack code together … Continue reading
NoSQL Distilled – A Brief Guide to the Emerging World of Polyglot Persistence, Pramod Sadalage, – 2013 Programmers will like this book if they understand relational databases and are open to alternate database concepts. Non-SQL databases are useful when you … Continue reading
Java Application Architecture Modularity Patterns with Examples Using OSGi, Kirk Knoernschild, – 2012 Java programmers will want to read this. Java package can get unwieldy in larger projects, and can be structured using OSGi. 300 pages.
Essential Skills for the Agile Developer – A Guide to Better Programming and Design, Alan Shalloway, – 2012 Programmers will want to read this excellent book. It is all about object oriented design, not about Agile processes. 200 pages.
AspectJ in Action – Enterprise AOP with Spring Applications, 2nd edition, Ramnivas Laddad, – 2010 Enterprise programmers will want to read this book about aspect oriented programming. 500 pages.
UML for the IT Business Analyst – A Practical Guide to Requirements Gathering Using the Unified Modeling Language, Howard Podeswa, – 2010 An approach to requirements gathering. 350 pages.
Harnessing Hibernate, James Elliott, O’Reilly 2008 Java programmers will want to read this. It is dated, but recent enough to include Java Persistence API (JPA) integration. 350 pages.
Dependency Injection : design patterns using Spring and Guice / Dhanji R. Prasanna, Manning, 2009 Java programmers will find this valuable. 300 pages, contents: – Dependency injection: what’s all the hype? – Time for injection – Investigating DI – Building … Continue reading
Agile Principles, Patterns, and Practices in C♯ / Robert C. Martin, Prentice Hall, 2007 Developers will want to read this book. With a foreword by Erich Gamma, of Eclipse fame. Hardcover, 700 pages.