nedeľa, 21. februára 2010

Book review - Microsoft .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise

MS Press - Microsoft .NET: Architecting Applications for the EnterpriseI've just ended reading of Microsoft .NET: Architecting Applications for the Enterprise (PRO-Developer) from MS Press. It's very valued book for .NET developers and architects.

In the first part book describes fundamental design princiles for design of object oriented software:

  • separation of concerns
  • open/closed principle
  • Liskov's substitution principle
  • dependency inversion principle

In the second part the book describes how to apply design patterns to architect layers of enterprise systems:

  • business layer
  • service layer
  • data access layer
  • presentation layer

As for design patterns this book widely refers on the Patterns of Enterprise Application Architecture from Martin Fowler. In the business layer chapter I expected some detailed description how to design solutions with Windows Workflow Foundation, but this technology is poorly covered in this book. Except for some point outs I think it is good decision to invest your time to the reading of this book.

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