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There has been an explosive growth in component software technologies since the first edition of this classic book was published. The advent of EJB, J2EE, CORBA 3, COM+ and the .NET framework are evidence of a maturing market in component software that goes 'beyond OOP'.
Clemens Szyperski gives us an objective survey of the component landscape, blended with unique insights into the market forces that influence deployment and in-depth coverage of real problems and their solutions.
Highlights of the Second Edition include:
Component Software, Second Edition will help software developers, architects, CTOs and system integrators to understand both the technical issues and the market dynamics that underlie component software.
Are you trying to get up to speed on that great post-object-oriented buzzword, "component?" Pick up a copy of Clemens Szyperski's Component Software: Beyond Object-Oriented... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Alan Z
I searched for a book that would fill in the details about what I already felt, and was learning from a colleague: that to create software components you don't need classes. Read morePublished on September 6, 2010 by talkaboutquality
Very well written and informative. I 've read a few book that tend to be either very verbose or written for novices. This one hits the spot. Read morePublished on December 1, 2005 by Mandar Joshi
Clemens Szyperski's ability to describe and explain complex systems is almost unparalleled in software literature. Read morePublished on January 28, 2004 by MR DAVID C ROWLINSON
When I started SW Engineering the SW functional decomposition methods were in fashion. People became relatively quickly familiar with them, and we developed our SW on Intel's 8086... Read morePublished on May 24, 2003 by J. Kang
If you are wondering what a component is - READ THIS BOOK! It gives you an excellent foundation of components and component technologies irrespective of any particular... Read morePublished on December 19, 2002 by Dr Noodle
The man is a genius. Anyone who didn't give this a five star rating simply didn't get it. This book is a must read, put it on your book shelf between Design Patterns and The... Read morePublished on February 3, 2000 by Forwhatitsworth
It was refreshing to read a book with objective analysis without any marketing hype and propaganda that you find in other books in the market. Read morePublished on August 6, 1999
I got this book by almost by accident waiting for one of those Japanesse Fish barns to open.
It explained many of the issues that occur in OO development - problems with... Read more