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What Every Programmer Should Know about Object-Oriented Design Hardcover – January, 1995
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principles, which is where it excels and is extremely valuable. It also contains an object-oriented design notation, although we have plenty of those, these days. I covet mine, as it is the best text on oo-anything I've seen yet. An absolute must-read for anyone doing any work with object-oriented concepts.
This writer never looses track of the subject he is trying to explain, namely: object-oriented design. As far as I can judge this is about the only book that succeeded to do this. This despite a lot of other books and highly acclaimed writers. On top of that this book is well structured, well built, and, God forbid, actually fun to read!
My advice, run to the bookstore and buy this book!
This book is very inaccessible. It keeps you so deep in "buzz-word soup" that reader has to work very hard to understand his points. The examples are very abstract hard to follow.
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Just by reading the first part you really understand the beginning of OO.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
If you are already familiar with OO programming, you can safely skip the first part. The second part is about an obsolete modeling language, so you can also skip it. Read morePublished on March 11, 2010 by Matthew D. Groves