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Design Pattern Books
O'Reilly HeadFirst - Object Oriented Analysis and Design
O'Reilly HeadFirst - Object Oriented Analysis and Design

Object Oriented Analysis and Design is another book from head first series dealing with design and analysis phases in software development. Those phases are probably the most crucial phases to contribute to the success of a software product. Those days most of the folks focus on the development and programming phase and tend to forget the design phase. The book comes to bring some light and shows the importance and best practices in gathering the requirements, what analysis means, best practices in good design and how (not) to have an oo catastrophe. You can get more details about the oo lifecycle and how the customer feedback can be integrated in the software through the iterations, without creating a total mess.

The code is minimalistic, written in java or pseudocode. The book has a lot of examples, pictures, diagrams notes and simple uml diagrams easy to understand by all developers with a little object oriented background

The book is available on Amazon. You can take a look on the Table of Contents or on the sample chapter: Chapter 3: I Love You, You’re Perfect...Now Change: Requirements Change


 
O'Reilly HeadFirst Design Patterns
O'Reilly HeadFirst Design Patterns

Headfirst Design Patterns is the first book in the headfirst series, presenting design patterns in a totally new way. The book has a lot of software and non software examples. It keeps talking about the essential parts and skips the bla bla parts encountered in most of the books and replace it with visual examples more easier to understand and digest.

The code is minimalistic, written in java or pseudocode. Most of the examples are explained through pictures and notes so the book is recommended for non java developers as well.


The following pdf sections are available for preview:


The book is available on Amazon: Head First Design Patterns (Head First)