krainaksiazek object oriented software engineering using uml patterns and java 20100104
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Inżynieria oprogramowania w ujęciu obiektowym. UML, wzorce projektowe i Java - Bernd Bruegge, Allen H. Dutoit
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Opis - Sprawdź, jak sprawnie i bezbłędnie projektować systemy informatyczne! Czym jest inżynieria oprogramowania? Jak zapanować nad wszystkimi aspektami procesu projektowania? Jak wygląda cykl życia oprogramowania? Projektowanie systemów informatycznych to zadanie bardzo skomplikowane. Ogromna liczba zależności, zasad i wyjątków od nich sprawia, że nie jest możliwe podejście do tego zadania ot tak, z marszu. Zbieranie i analiza wymagań, przygotowanie diagramów klas, aktywności, stanów czy interakcji to tylko część etapów, z którymi musi poradzić sobie projektant. Jeżeli nałożyć na to wszystko wzorce projektowe, stajemy przed prawie nierozwiązywalnym zadaniem. Na szczęście - prawie! Dzięki tej książce dowiesz się, jak sprostać temu karkołomnemu zadaniu! W trakcie lektury poznasz język UML, który wprowadził porządek w tym skomplikowanym procesie, oraz podstawowe koncepcje inżynierii oprogramowania. Nauczysz się zarządzać procesem tworzenia oprogramowania, zbierać oraz analizować wymagania, identyfikować podsystemy, specyfikować interfejsy oraz testować. Znajdziesz tu wszystko na temat zarządzania zmianami. W trakcie lektury sprawdzisz, jak wygląda cykl życia oprogramowania oraz jak zarządzać konfiguracją. Dodatkowo poznasz metodologię działań, które doprowadzą Cię do wyznaczonego celu. Książka ta stanowi obowiązkową pozycję dla każdego projektanta oraz analityka. Jednak programiści również znajdą tu wiele cennych wskazówek! Niepowodzenia w inżynierii oprogramowania Podstawowe koncepcje inżynierii oprogramowania Modelowanie przy użyciu języka UML Organizacja projektu Narzędzie do komunikacji grupowej Proces zbierania wymagań Identyfikacja aktorów, scenariuszy oraz przypadków użycia Określanie obiektów modelu analitycznego Analiza wymagań Dekompozycja systemu na podsystemy Identyfikacja celów projektowych Projektowanie obiektów Wzorce projektowe Specyfikowanie interfejsów Odwzorowywanie modelu na kod Testowanie Zarządzanie zmianami i konfiguracją Cykl życia oprogramowania Metodologie Dobry projekt systemu to podstawa sukcesu! Nazwa - Inżynieria oprogramowania w ujęciu obiektowym. UML, wzorce projektowe i Java Oryginalny tytuł - Object-Oriented Software Engineering Using UML, Patterns, and Java (3rd Edition) Autor - Bernd Bruegge, Allen H. Dutoit Oprawa - Twarda Wydawca - Helion Kod ISBN - 9788324628728 Kod EAN - 9788324628728 Rok wydania - 2011 Język - PL Tłumacz - Andrzej Grażyński Format - 172x245 Ilość stron - 872 Podatek VAT - 5% Premiera - 2011-03-17
multimedia > książki
Dzięki tej książce dowiesz się, jak sprostać temu karkołomnemu zadaniu! W trakcie lektury poznasz język UML, który wprowadził porządek w tym skomplikowanym procesie, oraz podstawowe koncepcje inżynierii oprogramowania. Nauczysz się zarządzać procesem tworzenia oprogramowania, zbierać oraz analizować wymagania, identyfikować podsystemy, specyfikować interfejsy oraz testować. Znajdziesz tu wszystko na temat zarządzania zmianami. W trakcie lektury sprawdzisz, jak wygląda cykl życia oprogramowania oraz jak zarządzać konfiguracją. Dodatkowo poznasz metodologię działań, które doprowadzą Cię do wyznaczonego celu. Książka ta stanowi obowiązkową pozycję dla każdego projektanta oraz analityka. Jednak programiści również znajdą tu wiele cennych wskazówek!
UML @ Classroom Springer, Berlin
Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna
This textbook mainly addresses beginners and readers with a basic knowledge of object-oriented programming languages like Java or C sharp, but with little or no modeling or software engineering experience thus reflecting the majority of students in introductory courses at universities. Using UML, it introduces basic modeling concepts in a highly precise manner, while refraining from the interpretation of rare special cases.§§After a brief explanation of why modeling is an indispensable part of software development, the authors introduce the individual diagram types of UML (the class and object diagram, the sequence diagram, the state machine diagram, the activity diagram, and the use case diagram), as well as their interrelationships, in a step-by-step manner. The topics covered include not only the syntax and the semantics of the individual language elements, but also pragmatic aspects, i.e., how to use them wisely at various stages in the software development process. To this end, the work is complemented with examples that were carefully selected for their educational and illustrative value.§§Overall, the book provides a solid foundation and deeper understanding of the most important object-oriented modeling concepts and their application in software development. An additional website (www.uml.ac.at) offers a complete set of slides to aid in teaching the contents of the book, exercises and further e-learning material.§
Design Patterns Explained PEARSON
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"One of the great things about the book is the way the authors explain concepts very simply using analogies rather than programming examples-this has been very inspiring for a product I'm working on: an audio-only introduction to OOP and software development." -Bruce Eckel "...I would expect that readers with a basic understanding of object-oriented programming and design would find this book useful, before approaching design patterns completely. Design Patterns Explained complements the existing design patterns texts and may perform a very useful role, fitting between introductory texts such as UML Distilled and the more advanced patterns books." -James Noble Leverage the quality and productivity benefits of patterns-without the complexity! Design Patterns Explained, Second Edition is the field's simplest, clearest, most practical introduction to patterns. Using dozens of updated Java examples, it shows programmers and architects exactly how to use patterns to design, develop, and deliver software far more effectively. You'll start with a complete overview of the fundamental principles of patterns, and the role of object-oriented analysis and design in contemporary software development. Then, using easy-to-understand sample code, Alan Shalloway and James Trott illuminate dozens of today's most useful patterns: their underlying concepts, advantages, tradeoffs, implementation techniques, and pitfalls to avoid. Many patterns are accompanied by UML diagrams. Building on their best-selling First Edition, Shalloway and Trott have thoroughly updated this book to reflect new software design trends, patterns, and implementation techniques. Reflecting extensive reader feedback, they have deepened and clarified coverage throughout, and reorganized content for even greater ease of understanding. New and revamped coverage in this edition includes * Better ways to start "thinking in patterns" * How design patterns can facilitate agile development using eXtreme Programming and other methods * How to use commonality and variability analysis to design application architectures * The key role of testing into a patterns-driven development process * How to use factories to instantiate and manage objects more effectively * The Object-Pool Pattern-a new pattern not identified by the "Gang of Four" * New study/practice questions at the end of every chapter Gentle yet thorough, this book assumes no patterns experience whatsoever. It's the ideal "first book" on patterns, and a perfect complement to Gamma's classic Design Patterns. If you're a programmer or architect who wants the clearest possible understanding of design patterns-or if you've struggled to make them work for you-read this book.
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Long-awaited revision to a unique guide that covers both compilers and interpreters Revised, updated, and now focusing on Java instead of C++, this long-awaited, latest edition of this popular book teaches programmers and software engineering students how to write compilers and interpreters using Java. You'll write compilers and interpreters as case studies, generating general assembly code for a Java Virtual Machine that takes advantage of the Java Collections Framework to shorten and simplify the code. In addition, coverage includes Java Collections Framework, UML modeling, object-oriented programming with design patterns, working with XML intermediate code, and more.
Beautiful Code O´REILLY
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How do the experts solve difficult problems in software development? In this unique and insightful book, leading computer scientists offer case studies that reveal how they found unusual, carefully designed solutions to high-profile projects. You will be able to look over the shoulder of major coding and design experts to see problems through their eyes. This is not simply another design patterns book, or another software engineering treatise on the right and wrong way to do things. The authors think aloud as they work through their project's architecture, the tradeoffs made in its construction, and when it was important to break rules. "Beautiful Code" is an opportunity for master coders to tell their story. All author royalties will be donated to Amnesty International. The book includes the following contributions: "Beautiful Brevity: Rob Pike's Regular Expression Matcher" by Brian Kernighan, Department of Computer Science, Princeton University; "Subversion's Delta Editor: Interface as Ontology" by Karl Fogel, editor of "QuestionCopyright.org", Co-founder of Cyclic Software, the first company offering commercial CVS support; "The Most Beautiful Code I Never Wrote" by Jon Bentley, Avaya Labs Research; "Finding Things" by Tim Bray, Director of Web Technologies at Sun Microsystems, co-inventor of XML 1. 0; "Correct, Beautiful, Fast (In That Order): Lessons From Designing XML Validators" by Elliotte Rusty Harold, Computer Science Department at Polytechnic University, author of "Java I/O, Java Network Programming", and "XML in a Nutshell" (O'Reilly); and, "The Framework for Integrated Test: Beauty through Fragility" by Michael Feathers, consultant at Object Mentor, author of "Working Effectively with Legacy Code" (Prentice Hall). It also includes: "Beautiful Tests" by Alberto Savoia, Chief Technology Officer, Agitar Software Inc; "On-the-Fly Code Generation for Image Processing" by Charles Petzold, author "Programming Windows and Code: The Hidden Language of Computer Hardware and Software" (both Microsoft Press); "Top Down Operator Precedence" by Douglas Crockford, architect at Yahoo! Inc, Founder and CTO of State Software, where he discovered JSON; "Accelerating Population Count" by Henry Warren, currently works on the Blue Gene petaflop computer project Worked for IBM for 41 years; "Secure Communication: The Technology of Freedom" by Ashish Gulhati, Chief Developer of Neomailbox, an Internet privacy service Developer of Cryptonite, an OpenPGP-compatible secure webmail system; and, "Growing Beautiful Code in BioPerl" by Lincoln Stein, investigator at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory - develops databases and user interfaces for the Human Genome Project using the Apache server and its module API. It also includes: "The Design of the Gene Sorter" by Jim Kent, Genome Bioinformatics Group, University of California Santa Cruz; "How Elegant Code Evolves With Hardware: The Case Of Gaussian Elimination" by Jack Dongarra, University Distinguished Professor of Computer Science in the Computer Science Department at the University of Tennessee, also distinguished Research Staff member in the Computer Science and Mathematics Division at Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) and Piotr Luszczek, Research Professor at the University of Tennessee; "Beautiful Numerics" by Adam Kolawa, co-founder and CEO of Parasoft; and, "The Linux Kernel Driver Model" by Greg Kroah-Hartman, SuSE Labs/Novell, Linux kernel maintainer for driver subsystems, author of "Linux Kernel in a Nutshell", co-author of "Linux Device Drivers, 3rd Edition" (O'Reilly). It also includes: "Another Level of Indirection" by Diomidis Spinellis, Associate Professor at the Department of Management Science and Technology at the Athens University of Economics and Business, Greece; "An Examination of Python's Dictionary Implementation" by Andrew Kuchling, longtime member of the Python development community, and a director of the Python Software Foundation; "Multi-Dimensional Iterators in NumPy" by Travis Oliphant, Assistant Professor in the Electrical and Computer Engineering Department at Brigham Young University; and, "A Highly Reliable Enterprise System for NASAs Mars Rover Mission" by Ronald Mak, co-founder and CTO of Willard & Lowe Systems, Inc, formerly a senior scientist at the Research Institute for Advanced Computer Science on contract to NASA Ames. It also includes: "ERP5: Designing for Maximum Adaptability" by Rogerio de Carvalho, researcher at the Federal Center for Technological Education of Campos (CEFET Campos), Brazil and Rafael Monnerat, IT Analyst at CEFET Campos, and an offshore consultant for Nexedi SARL; "A Spoonful of Sewage" by Bryan Cantrill, Distinguished Engineer at Sun Microsystems, where he has spent most of his career working on the Solaris kernel; "Distributed Programming with MapReduce" by Jeff Dean and Sanjay Ghemawat, Google Fellows in Google's Systems Infrastructure Group; "Beautiful Concurrency" by Simon Peyton Jones, Microsoft Research, key contributor to the design of the functional language Haskell, and lead designer of the Glasgow Haskell Compiler (GHC); and, "Syntactic Abstraction: The syntax-case expander" by Kent Dybvig, Developer of Chez Scheme and author of the Scheme Programming Language. It also includes: "Object-Oriented Patterns and a Framework for Networked Software" by William Otte, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) at Vanderbilt University and Doug Schmidt, Full Professor in the Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Department, Associate Chair of the Computer Science and Engineering program, and a Senior Research Scientist at the Institute for Software Integrated Systems (ISIS) at Vanderbilt University; "Integrating Business Partners the RESTful Way" by Andrew Patzer, Director of the Bioinformatics Program at the Medical College of Wisconsin; and, "Beautiful Debugging" by Andreas Zeller, computer science professor at Saarland University, author of "Why Programs Fail: A Guide to Systematic Debugging" (Morgan Kaufman). It also includes: "Code That's Like an Essay" by Yukihiro Matsumoto, inventor of the Ruby language; "Designing Interfaces Under Extreme Constraints: the Stephen Hawking editor" by Arun Mehta, professor and chairman of the Computer Engineering department of JMIT, Radaur, Haryana, India; "Emacspeak: The Complete Audio Desktop" by TV Raman, Research Scientist at Google where he focuses on web applications; "Code in Motion" by Christopher Seiwald, founder and CTO of Perforce Software and Laura Wingerd, vice president of product technology at Perforce Software, author of "Practical Perforce" (O'Reilly); and, "Writing Programs for 'The Book'" by Brian Hayes who writes the Computing Science column in American Scientist magazine, author of "Infrastructure: A Field Guide to the Industrial Landscape"(W.W. Norton).
Professional PHP5 WROX PRESS
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What is this book about? With the release of PHP 5 and the Zend Engine 2, PHP finally graduates from it earliest days as a lightweight scripting syntax to an powerful object oriented programming language that can hold its own against the Java and .NET architectures that currently dominate corporate software development. This book has a pragmatic focus on how to use PHP in the larger scheme of enterprise--class software development. What does this book cover? Unlike Java or .NET, there is little discussion of the application of design patterns, component architectures, and best--practices to the development of applications using PHP. Software written in the absence of this sort of higher--order architecture will never be able to match the robust frameworks that Java and .NET ship with out of the box. This book addresses this issue by covering the following material: Part 1 discusses the OO concepts that were initially explored in Beginning PHP 5 and a demonstration of how to implement them in PHP 5. This section also covers UML modeling and provides a brief introduction to project management techniques that are covered in more depth in Part 4. Parts 2 and 3 present objects and object hierarchies that, when completed, comprise a robust toolkit that developers will be able to reuse on future projects. These chapters are designed to arm the professional PHP developer with the sort of constructs that are available out of the box with platforms such as Java and .NET from simple utility classes like Collection and Iterator, to more complex constructs like Model/View/Controller architectures and state machines. Part 4 shows how to use the toolkit from Parts 2 and 3 to create real--world applications. We look at the development of a robust contact management system that will leverage the componentry and concepts already discussed and introduce project management and software architecture concepts that enable developers to accurately identify business requirements, design scalable, extensible platforms, and handle change management effectively. It covers the waterfall and spiral project management paradigms and include a discussion on eXtreme Programming and other approaches to software development. The Appendices include an extended discussion on the effective use of CVS, introduce the Zend Studio IDE and related tools, and discuss performance tuning and scalability.
J2EE Best Practices John Wiley & Sons Inc
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Learn how to apply robust application design to your J2EE projects There are a number of best practices you need to consider to build highly effective J2EE components and integrate them into applications. These practices include evaluating and selecting the right set of software components and services to handle the job. In this book, Darren Broemmer supplies you with a set of best practices for J2EE development and then teaches you how to use them to construct an application architecture referred to as the reference architecture. The design and implementation of the reference architecture is based on a set of guiding principles that are used to optimize and automate J2EE development. In addition to the author's thorough discussions of the latest technologies for J2EE implementation-including EJB 2, Jakarta Struts, Servlets, Java Server Pages, UML, design patterns, Common Business Logic Foundation components, and XML-Broemmer addresses such topics as:* Understanding J2EE application architecture* Building business applications with J2EE, a business object architecture, and extensible components created with design patterns* Designing and implementing a sample banking Web application* Integrating proven performance-engineering and optimization practices in the development process* Using metadata-driven, configurable foundation components to automate much of the development and processing of Web-based business applications The companion Web site contains the source code for a Common Business Logic Foundation and sample applications from the book, including a Jakarta Struts project and a banking application. Links to the Jakarta Struts frameworks and J2EE application servers such as BEA WebLogic and IBM WebSphere are also provided.
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