Object-Oriented Design Heuristics. Arthur J. Riel

Object-Oriented Design Heuristics

ISBN: 020163385X,9780201633856 | 400 pages | 10 Mb

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Object-Oriented Design Heuristics Arthur J. Riel
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May 12, 2011 - Encourage that type of autonomous thought. I've been teaching beginning programmers for three years. As Steve Freeman and Nat Pryce wrote: “What matters most is the context in which the collaborating objects are used. Nov 1, 2012 - The book has a chapter on object-oriented design styles, and includes a description of “Object Peer Stereotypes” that addressed my conundrum perfectly. Procedural and object-oriented design, programming tools and environments. They make it easier to write polymorphic code, create object-oriented code (beyond programming with objects), easily find and fix bugs, and implement unit tests. It's not really a tutorial, but I really like the book "Object Oriented Design Heuristics" by Arthur Riel. Closely related, see Replace Conditional With Polymorphism in the same volume; Bob Martin also has quite a bit to say on the disadvantages of switch statements in Clean Code (for example, heuristic G23 Prefer Polymorphism to If/Else or Switch/Case). Don't hold too rigidly to these classifications; they're more like heuristics. In Arthur J Riel's Object-Oriented Design Heuristics, a book of metrics for good object-oriented design, he states: I refer to these 60 guidelines as “heuristics,” or rules of thumb. Sep 22, 2011 - I'm searching for a good tutorial about object oriented analysis and design but can't find any short and clear tutorial which will has: 1. CS 366 Computer Architecture II: Problem representation; rule-based problem-solving methods; heuristic search techniques. Interactive application structure and interface, windows, events, widgets. There's really nothing more in opposition to this design principle than . Programming language semantics, scope, overloading, data abstraction, constructors. Mar 26, 2014 - Another popular heuristic is Neilsen's “match between system and the real world”: the system should use concepts, phrases, and metaphors that are familiar to the user. The authors divide an object's peers into three categories: Dependencies, Notifications, and Adjustments (DNA). However, since object-orientation, like any other good paradigm, can be a powerful tool but is not a silver bullet, are there times when using an enumeration is a good decision? Aug 28, 2012 - CS 340 Software Design 4 Hours. In Refactoring by Martin Fowler.

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