Beyond Software Architecture: Creating and Sustaining Winning Solutions

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Addison-Wesley, 2003 - Computers - 314 pages
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Luke Hohmann borrows from his extensive experience managing successful enterprise software projects to provide practical wisdom on creating and sustaining winning software solutions. This book teaches students how to build a software architecture that aligns with a customer's overall business goals and helps students grasp the business ramifications of their decisions. These are two important aspects for any student to take away from a software engineering course as these skills will be vitally important when they enter the workforce.

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User Review  - Robert Postill - Goodreads

Best described as a wearying trudge through the author's laundry list of things architects don't think about. Read full review

Review: Beyond Software Architecture: Creating and Sustaining Winning Solutions

User Review  - Vesa - Goodreads

Can definitely serve as a checklist for a new product, but a pretty tedious read from cover to cover. Read full review

About the author (2003)

Luke Hohmann is an independent consultant committed to coaching his clients to greater levels of performance in the areas of product management, software development, and organizational effectiveness. He has worked in and lead development, product marketing/management, quality assurance, support, and business development functions in both public and private companies. He has created software ranging from single-user programs costing less than $50 to distributed, enterprise-class software platforms costing multiple millions of dollars. Mr. Hohmann is the author of Journey of the Software Professional: A Sociology of Software Development (Prentice Hall, 1997), as well as numerous articles on software development.



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