By Kevlin Henney, Frank Buschmann
Software program styles have revolutionized the best way builders take into consideration how software program is designed, outfitted, and documented, and this exact ebook deals an in-depth glance of what styles are, what they don't seem to be, and the way to take advantage of them successfully
The merely e-book to aim to increase a complete language that integrates styles from key literature, it additionally serves as a reference guide for all pattern-oriented software program structure (POSA) patterns
Addresses the query of what a development language is and compares numerous development paradigms
Developers and programmers working in an object-oriented surroundings will locate this e-book to be a useful source
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Using a pattern form to document these designs is certainly helpful. For example, some of the proposed patterns in CORBA Design Patterns [MM97] address general distributed computing techniques, such as the CORBA-CGI GATEWAY, but their definition is very tightly connected to the CORBA context and specification. Other proposed solutions in CORBA Design Patterns describe designs that are recurrent but have been shown to be impractical, such as the solution described in the DISTRIBUTED CALLBACK pattern.
Our analysis suggests that some adjustments and enhancements are useful to avoid misconceptions when understanding patterns, and to help prevent the misapplication of patterns in software projects. This introductory chapter provides the foundation for the three main parts of the book, which elaborate and discuss these adjustments and enhancements in greater detail to provide a more complete and consistent picture of the pattern concept. fm Page xxxiv Wednesday, March 21, 2007 11:13 AM xxxiv About this Book Part I, Inside Patterns, reflects on the use of stand-alone patterns, and presents and discusses the insights into patterns we have collectively gained over the last decade.
Special thanks go to Lothar Borrmann and Reinhold Achatz for their managerial support and backing at the software engineering labs of Corporate Technology of Siemens AG, Munich, Germany. Very special thanks go to our editor, Sally Tickner, our former editor Gaynor Redvers-Mutton, and everyone else at John Wiley & Sons who made it possible to publish this book. On a sunny evening at EuroPLoP 2002, Gaynor convinced us to write this POSA volume, and she also accompanied the first two years of its creation.
Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture, On Patterns and Pattern Languages by Kevlin Henney, Frank Buschmann