Explicando Padroes de Projetos

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Addison-Wesley, 2002 - Computers - 328 pages
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'Explicando Padrões de Projeto' reúne os princípios da programação orientada a objeto com a força de padrões que criam o ambiente para o desenvolvimento de software robusto e confiável. Repleta de exemplos práticos e aplicáveis, esta obra ensina a resolver problemas comuns de programação com padrões e explica as suas vantagens para o moderno projeto de software. Os principais tópicos incluem - a idéia de padrões de projeto, sua origem e como eles se aplicam ao projeto de software, o desenvolvimento de software baseado em padrões e orientado a objetos com o uso da Linguagem de Modelagem Unificada, a implementação de padrões como - Strategy, Observer, Bridge, Decorator e outros.

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About the author (2002)

Alan Shalloway is the founder, CEO, and principal consultant of Net Objectives, an object-oriented consulting/training organization. He has a master's degree in computer science from MIT, over thirty years of experience in software development, and several years of experience in mentoring and training. He spends much of his time offering courses in design patterns, OOA, OOD, and lightweight methodologies, and building advanced software for both his own company and his clients.

James R. Trott is a senior consultant for a large software company in the Pacific Northwest and formerly was a senior engineer for a large aerospace company. He holds a master of science in applied mathematics, an MBA, and a master of arts in intercultural studies. He has spent seventeen years in the field of artificial intelligence, knowledge modeling, and knowledge management and is an expert in using cognitive design patterns and the KADS methodology.


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