cdc-coteauxdegaronne
» » Object Primer
eBook Object Primer ePub

eBook Object Primer ePub

by Scott W. Ambler

  • ISBN: 0613923596
  • Category: Programming
  • Subcategory: Computers
  • Author: Scott W. Ambler
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Sagebrush Education Resources (May 2001)
  • ePub book: 1425 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1535 kb
  • Other: rtf lrf lit docx
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 693

Description

Scott Ambler, award-winning author of Building Object Applications that Work, Process Patterns, and More Process Patterns, has revised his acclaimed first book, The Object Primer.

Scott Ambler, award-winning author of Building Object Applications that Work, Process Patterns, and More Process Patterns, has revised his acclaimed first book, The Object Primer. All chapters have been revised to take advantage of Agile Modeling (AM), which is presented in the new chapter 2 along with other important modeling techniques.

Scott W. Ambler (born 1966) is a Canadian software engineer, consultant and author. He regularly runs surveys which explore software development issues and works with organizations in different countries on their approach to software development.

I am a Senior Consulting Partner with Scott Ambler + Associates, working with organizations around the .

I am a Senior Consulting Partner with Scott Ambler + Associates, working with organizations around the world to help them to improve their software processes. I provide training, coaching, and mentoring in disciplined agile and lean strategies at both the project and organizational level. I have written several books and white papers on object-oriented software development, software process, Disciplined Agile Delivery (DAD), Agile Model Driven Development (AMDD), Agile Database Techniques, and the Enterprise Unified Process (EUP) (TM).

Its author, Scott Ambler, is a prolific and renowned writer and developer. The book has many detailed UML diagrams and is clearly written in a pleasant, professional style. The book is not about implementation. Look elsewhere for sample code, including some of Ambler's fine other publications. Don't be lislead by the word "Primer" in the title. Yeah, it probably would have been nice to have read this one first, but on the other hand, it may have been just the right book at the right time in terms of my learning process.

The Object Primer book. Scott Ambler, award-winning author of Building Object Applications that Work, Process Patterns, and More Process Patterns, has revised his acclaimed first book, The Object Primer.

Эту книгу можно прочитать в Google Play Книгах на компьютере, а также на устройствах Android и iOS. Выделяйте текст, добавляйте. Ambler - More process patterns: delivering large-scale systems using object technology. Scott W. Ambler and Larry L. Constantine, - The Unified Process Transition and Production Phases. Читать pdf. Constantine, Читать pdf. Ambler, Larry Constantine - The Unified Process Construction Phase. Ambler, Larry Constantine.

Поиск книг BookFi BookSee - Download books for free. The Object Primer: Agile Model-Driven Development with UML . 4 Mb. The Enterprise Unified Process: Extending the Rational Unified Process. Ambler, John Nalbone, Michael J. Vizdos.

Check Now. You Save: 0%. By Scott W. Ambler - The Object Primer: Agile .

Programming books By Scott W. Ambler - The Object Primer: Agile Model-Driven Development with UML . pd. .Price comparison for Scott W. Ambler: The Object Primer: Agile Model-Driven Development with UML .

Comments

Keel Keel
This is a great book! Not that it's perfect, but nothing is. This book is not only a very clear, extremely well-organized approach to learning and/or becoming expert in "Object Orientation and the UML," as the the cover says, but he presents this together with a development methodology that makes a *lot* of sense. For example, for those of you who have read Karl Wiegers' excellent "Software Requirements," did you notice that at the end of the book you knew exactly what good requirements are but not how to get there? Me too! But Ambler takes you on a whirlwind tour, with each page absolutely *packed* with value, that instead leaves you saying "hey, now I know not only what good object oriented designs are, but how to get there from here!"
This is a strange thing to say, but this book actually gave me the requirements engineering methodology I needed to get from point A to B -- having requirements that Karl Wiegers would be proud of!
MOQ MOQ
OO came first and then came UML to model it! This book is all about the principles of object-oriented requirements, analysis, and design first and secondly about the UML tools for modeling these steps in project development. That's as it should be since OO is the thing most to be admired, and UML is (just) a popular and very useful language for modeling OO development. Too many UML books are so intent on UML that the fundamentals of OO are ignored. The first edition of this book was published in 1995 just before UML was born. Its author, Scott Ambler, is a prolific and renowned writer and developer.
The book has many detailed UML diagrams and is clearly written in a pleasant, professional style. The book is not about implementation. Look elsewhere for sample code, including some of Ambler's fine other publications.
Don't be lislead by the word "Primer" in the title. It's for the serious reader and would make a good text, but for a junior or senior level CS course. If you are a professional and could have just two references in your library for your first OO project, this 523-page book together with a good programming reference (Java, C++, C#, or VB.NET) would be a good choice.
Ƀ⁞₳⁞Ð Ƀ⁞Ǿ⁞Ɏ Ƀ⁞₳⁞Ð Ƀ⁞Ǿ⁞Ɏ
Before you buy this book, ask yourself what type of reader are you. A) A programmer with no OO experience that wants to learn how object oriented techniques can improve your applications or; B) An experienced programmer with OO development, software patterns understanding and a component-minded thinking for building applications. If you are (A), this book is for you. It will teach you to think and see development from OO point of view. If you are (B), this book is Object Oriented 101. I bought this book because I saw it advertised in several of the Scott's papers, thinking that the book would be an extension to the paper's topic (Persistent Layers for RDBMS). If you own books in Java Patterns, J2EE blueprints, etc, this book will render you hungry for knowledge (not to mention it will be a good pil to put you to sleep), since what it really is, is a brochure to sell you tipical object oriented design techniques that you probably already know. The book covers a lot of topics, but it stays superficial (intro level), with very simple examples. If you are seeking for advanced techniques for implementing or building frameworks and architectures for common enterprise problems, this book is farrrrrr too basic.
Enone Enone
I probably purchased somewhere upwards of twenty books on the topics of the UML and object-oriented development before buying The Object Primer, 2nd Edition. Yeah, it probably would have been nice to have read this one first, but on the other hand, it may have been just the right book at the right time in terms of my learning process. As a result of my previous efforts, I was getting overwhelmed and confused by the sheer volume of concepts, notations, diagrams, development processes, and tools associated with becoming proficient with UML modeling and object-oriented development. While I had learned lots of important terminology and techniques from the previous books, I found The Object Primer to be enormously practical and useful in terms of putting it all together and breaking through to a working level of proficiency.
Among the aspects of the book that I appreciated are it's easy-to-read style, effective use of diagrams and visual examples, and the "techniques" sections with clear directives about what to do, and what not to do, in specific areas. I was able to use the technique lists in somewhat of a cookbook style as I applied what I was learning to some of my own work.
So far, in my growing library of OO development books, this one provides the "biggest bang for the buck".
Togar Togar
It is a good book, but it is the second edition. I read it and like. But I Know the the third edittion is more, more best than that.