In The Patterns Handbook, Rising has selected a large number of seminal articles and essays that illustrate the growing importance of patterns in application development. A partial list of well published experts includes James Coplien, Kent Beck, Grady Booch, Ralph Johnson, Robert Martin, Andrew Koenig, and John Vlissides. This reference contains an overview, examples and experience, resources, an annotated bibliography, and contact information. In this important collection, you will find articles on pattern writing, pattern templates, system test patterns, frameworks and design patterns, how patterns work in teams, patterns and antipatterns, and patterns of thought.The use of patterns leads to successful solutions to recurring problems. This book will show you how to use patterns to improve productivity and quality and to become a better software designer.
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"Some of the ideas reflected in the book are subtle and profound, but there is not a single article that is difficult to read. If the patterns movement has the ambition of making software development 'more human', then this book gives a true reflection of that aim. For hard-pressed software engineers, the book's organization is excellent-- you can dip into its rich collection and just read what you need. It's a powerful resource and a delightful read--an important, must-buy book." Application Development Advisor
"The Patterns Handbook: Techniques, Strategies and Applications can attract pattern enthusiasts and pattern writers." www.deux.com
"I think this is one of the more useful books about Patterns that I have come across. Its utility spans a wide range from those curious about the ideas (but perhaps daunted by the GoF's Design Patterns) to those who are already regular users of Pattern concepts. Definitely one for your bookshelf." Francis Glassborow, AG Communication Systems
"An excellent discussion of pattern templates..." Software Development
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