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Book review: Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture

Posted By: DigiMortal     Posted Date: August 29, 2010    Points: 0   Category :ASP.Net
 
   Lately I finished reading the famous patterns book by Martin Fowler - Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture. This book introduces and describes design patterns you will usually see when building enterprise applications. There are also examples for patterns and although they are simple and primitive they give you the idea how to implement or use specific patterns. If you are working on enterprise applications every day you will find this book very useful and I'm sure you will use it as manual. Yes, you can read this book as any other book and you can also use it as manual. In the end of this review you can find table of patterns with links to short introduction for each pattern. Are these patterns platform specific somehow? No, they are not. It doesn't matter what platform or language you are using. Of course, you must know your platform well because some of problems solved in this book maybe also already solved on platform you are working on. Don't try to push all available patterns to your application - use patterns of this book when you face problems that your tools doesn't solve or that your tools solve poorly. Of course, you can consult with this book if you are not sure how to implement one or another pattern in your application. My suggestion is to read this book with two other books (of course, there are more recommended books but le


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