Mensys Online Shop

Building Maintainable Software, Java Edition

Categorie:Algemeen - Digitale Boeken (eBoeken) Van:O'REILLY MEDIA

Have you ever felt frustrated working with someone else’s code? Difficult-to-maintain source code is a big problem in software development today, leading to costly delays and defects. Be part of the solution. With this practical book, you’ll learn 10 easy-to-follow guidelines for delivering Java software that’s easy to maintain and adapt. These guidelines have been derived from analyzing hundreds of real-world systems.

Written by consultants from the Software  » Lees meer...

Building Maintainable Software, Java Edition

Selecteer een of meer artikelen en klik dan op Bestellen. Aantallen kunnen op de volgende blz. gewijzigd worden.
 Building Maintainable Software, Java Edition
Partnr.OmschrijvingEuro *Euro incl. BTW 
9781491953518 Building Maintainable Software, Java Edition Ten Guidelines for Future-Proof Code 1ed. PDF16.5320.00
9781491953495 Building Maintainable Software, Java Edition Ten Guidelines for Future-Proof Code 1ed. EPUB316.5320.00

Alle prijzen zijn in Euro excl. BTW (21%, voor boeken 6%) en excl. verzendkosten.
Verzenden is gratis bij orders boven de 20 euro in Nederland, daaronder 5 euro excl. BTW.

E-mail of bel 085 40 19 16 0 voor licenties, upgrades en andere vragen.

Have you ever felt frustrated working with someone else’s code? Difficult-to-maintain source code is a big problem in software development today, leading to costly delays and defects. Be part of the solution. With this practical book, you’ll learn 10 easy-to-follow guidelines for delivering Java software that’s easy to maintain and adapt. These guidelines have been derived from analyzing hundreds of real-world systems.

Written by consultants from the Software Improvement Group (SIG), this book provides clear and concise explanations, with advice for turning the guidelines into practice. Examples for this edition are written in Java, while our companion C# book provides workable examples in that language.

  • Write short units of code: limit the length of methods and constructors
  • Write simple units of code: limit the number of branch points per method
  • Write code once, rather than risk copying buggy code
  • Keep unit interfaces small by extracting parameters into objects
  • Separate concerns to avoid building large classes
  • Couple architecture components loosely
  • Balance the number and size of top-level components in your code
  • Keep your codebase as small as possible
  • Automate tests for your codebase
  • Write clean code, avoiding "code smells" that indicate deeper problems