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Author Bain, Scott L.
Title Emergent design : the evolutionary nature of professional software development / Scott L. Bain.
Imprint Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Addison-Wesley, 2008.

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Author Bain, Scott L.
Series Net Objectives product development series
Net Objectives product development series.
Subject Computer software -- Development.
Computer software -- Development -- Vocational guidance.
Description 1 online resource (xxxi, 411 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references (pages 393-394) and index.
Contents Software as a profession -- Out of the closet, off to the moon -- The nature of software development -- Evolution in code: stage 1 -- Using and discovering patterns -- Building a pyramid -- Paying attention to qualities and pathologies -- Paying attention to principles and wisdom -- Paying attention to practices -- Paying attention to disciplines: unit testing -- Paying attention to disciplines: refactoring -- Test-driven development -- Patterns and forces -- Emergent design: a case study -- A conclusion: 2020 -- Appendix A: Evolutionary paths -- Appendix B: Overview of patterns used in the examples -- Appendix C: The principle of the useful illusion.
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Summary For software to consistently deliver promised results, software development must mature into a true profession. Emergent Design points the way. As software continues to evolve and mature, software development processes become more complicated, relying on a variety of methodologies and approaches. This book illuminates the path to building the next generation of software. Author Scott L. Bain integrates the best of today's most important development disciplines into a unified, streamlined, realistic, and fully actionable approach to developing software. Drawing on patterns, refactoring, and test-driven development, Bain offers a blueprint for moving efficiently through the entire software lifecycle, smoothly managing change, and consistently delivering systems that are robust, reliable, and cost-effective. Reflecting a deep understanding of the natural flow of system development, Emergent Design helps developers work with the flow, instead of against it. Bain introduces the principles and practices of emergent design one step at a time, showing how to promote the natural evolution of software systems over time, making systems work better and provide greater value. To illuminate his approach, Bain presents code examples wherever necessary and concludes with a complete project case study. This book provides developers, project leads, and testers powerful new ways to collaborate, achieve immediate goals, and build systems that improve in quality with each iteration. Coverage includes How to design software in a more natural, evolutionary, and professional way How to use the "open-closed" principle to mitigate risks and eliminate waste How and when to test your design throughout the development process How to translate design principles into practices that actually lead to better code How to determine how much design is enough How refactoring can help you reduce over-design and manage change more effectively The book's companion Web site, www.netobjectives.com/resources, provides updates, links to related materials, and support for discussions of the book's content.
ISBN 9780321553720
0321553721
8131736067
9788131736067
OCLC # 297556613
Additional Format 0321509366
9780321509369



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