Since , Joshua and his global network of experts have helped people in teams across many industries leverage the wisdom and power of modern development methods. An early pioneer and practitioner of Extreme Programming, Lean Software Development and Lean Startup, Joshua most recently created Modern Agile to help people and organizations benefit from a principle-based approach to agility. Joshua is passionate about applying Modern Agile principles and practices to work. He is an international speaker and author of the best-selling, Jolt Cola-award-winning book, Refactoring to Patterns, numerous Agile eLearning courses, and over 50 popular articles like Anzeneering, Sufficient Design and Stop Using Story Points. As a teenager, he developed financial risk management systems for Bankers Trust.
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Instead, you can follow the example code that illustrates how the above refactorings are implemented. However, if you want to get the most out of this book, I do recommend that you have Refactoring [F] close by your side. These are patterns that my colleagues and I have refactored to, towards or away from on real-world projects. This book uses UML 2. I know the basics. Patterns document program structures with known good properties.
Put the two together and you have Refactoring to Patterns. If you want your refactorings to go somewhere, I suggest you read and apply Refactoring to Patterns. Any serious software developer should be using this approach to discover new opportunities to use patterns to improve their code. Refactoring to Patterns shows developers how to make design-level improvements that simplify everyday work. This book is an invaluable reference for the refactoring practitioner.
Refactoring to Patterns takes a subject that has been presented as static and rigid and makes it dynamic and flexible, converting it into a human process with experiments, mistakes, and corrections so you understand that good designs do not occur by turning some series of cranks—they evolve through struggle and reflection.
Kerievsky has also restructured the presentation to make it far clearer and easier to assimilate. Indeed, he has solved a number of the organization problems that I have struggled with in Thinking in Patterns. This book is a clear introduction and combination of the disciplines of testing, refactoring, and patterns, and it is filled with easy reading, good sense, and great insights.
Great teachers care deeply about their subject and how to share it. I think Joshua is a great teacher—and developer—and that we can all benefit from his insight. This book should be useful for novice and expert designers alike. This is a great book. Refactoring to Patterns explains how to wield industrial-strength design tools with the skills of an artist.
Refactoring to Patterns
Instead, you can follow the example code that illustrates how the above refactorings are implemented. However, if you want to get the most out of this book, I do recommend that you have Refactoring [F] close by your side. These are patterns that my colleagues and I have refactored to, towards or away from on real-world projects. This book uses UML 2.
Refactoring To Patterns