Carola Lilienthal

Sustainable Software Architecture

Analyze and Reduce Technical Debt


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Erscheinungsdatum: 02.09.2019Seitenanzahl: 310Verlag: dpunkt.verlagEinband: komplett in Farbe, Broschur ISBN Print: 978-3-86490-673-2ISBN Bundle: 978-3-96910-401-9ISBN PDF: 978-3-96088-780-5ISBN ePub: 978-3-96088-781-2ISBN Mobi: 978-3-96088-782-9 Artikelnummer: 13458

Today’s programmers don’t develop software systems from scratch. Instead, they spend their time fixing, extending, modifying, and enhancing existing software. Legacy systems often turn into an unwieldy mess that becomes increasingly difficult to modify, and with architecture that continually accumulates technical debt. Carola Lilienthal has analyzed more than 300 software systems written in Java, C#, C++, PHP, ABAP, and TypeScript and, together with her teams, has successfully refactored them. This book condenses her experience with monolithic systems, architectural and design patterns, layered architectures, domain-driven design, and microservices. With more than 200 color images from real-world systems, good and sub-optimal sample solutions are presented in a comprehensible and thorough way, while recommendations and suggestions based on practical projects allow the reader to directly apply the author’s knowledge to their daily work. “Throughout the book, Dr. Lilienthal has provided sound advice on diagnosing, understanding, disentangling, and ultimately preventing the issues that make software systems brittle and subject to brea