by Joseph Ingeno
A comprehensive guide to exploring software architecture concepts and implementing best practices
- Provides architecture patterns similar to the Gang of Four Design Patterns for Code. The fact is that the architecture patterns are a little less resuable and a little broader, however, so it isn't a no-brainer to learn.
- If you are diving deep into Architecture, this book is worthy of both reading, and to have on hand as a reference.
- It also semi-serves as a mini definition of "What is a Software Architect (and how does it fit in a business)"
If you have a keen interest in Software Architecture, it's nice to have a dictionary.
Those interested in becoming advanced Architects (and probably only them)
- DevOps is discussed, not at length, but it gives a good feel for how it would work in a larger organization
- As per usual, the soft-skills, and communication sections are likely of the highest value.
- The patterns themselves are worth looking over, but then revisiting as you are looking at something in the real world.