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Microsoft .NET - Architecting Applications for the Enterprise (Developer Reference)

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A software architect’s digest of core practices, pragmatically applied

Designing effective architecture is your best strategy for managing project complexity–and improving your results. But the principles and practices of software architecting–what the authors call the “science of hard decisions”–have been evolving for cloud, mobile, and other shifts. Now fully revised an

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Kindle Edition, 416 pages
Published August 28th 2014 by Microsoft Press
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Mujibur Rahman
Dec 08, 2014 Mujibur Rahman is currently reading it
Its a nice book for .net professional
Sebastian Gebski
First, a little confession: I never liked D. Esposito's books. I was always finding them dry, boring & detached from reality - typical tutorial style, that doesn't really correspond to code you'll write in practical scenarios. I couldn't even imagine reading DE's book straight from the beginning to the end: they all looks more like manual to skim through & jump directly to relevant section if needed.

But anyway I've decided to check the refreshed "Architecting Applications for the Enterpr
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Rene Stein
Jun 15, 2016 Rene Stein rated it liked it
Lepší než první edice, ale kapitoly o CQRS a ES jsou jen parafrází toho, co je v CQRS Journey (https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/libr...).

Kapitola o DDD zase s náboženskou úctu papouškuje všechna dogmata od Evanse, a to i ta zastaralá nebo papežem DDD, který určitě není neomylný, nezdůvodňovaná, ale věřícími v DDD, kteří svatým ohněm spalují architekturu vlastní aplikace na popel, bezmyšlenkovitým perem v blogpostech a twítech s odérem nezaměnitelné aury provinční konferenční blbosti šířená (viz
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David
Nov 09, 2015 David rated it liked it
My rating: 3.5

Part I (chapters 1 to 4) is very general and less interesting to the seasoned architect.
Part II is ok and introduces different possible architectures
Part III describes the Domain Model, CQRS and Event Sourcing. This is the most interesting part as it covers patterns that have emerged since the first edition of this book.
Part IV glosses quickly over the persistence layer

This book stays at the surface. I see it as a catalog of things to be investigated into more details.

Some parts lo
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Arun Mahendrakar
Jul 20, 2015 Arun Mahendrakar rated it it was amazing
This book is for senior developers and architects.

The book is well structured into four core sections / parts. I found the third part, Supporting Architectures, to the be most interesting and one that provides most bang for the buck for this book. It talks about Domain Model, CQRS and Event Sourcing and provides examples on the implementation of these patterns.

The insights on why to use a particular technology over another is highly valuable. Concepts like Information Hiding, SoC, Cohesion and C
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Dave
Jun 13, 2015 Dave rated it really liked it
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Some chapters were great, some didn't provide much value for me, but overall the book was well worth reading. I got lots of new ideas, but it also help confirm & solidify some of my own architecture thoughts.
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Great update from the previous edition. Apart from the first 3 chapters, the rest of the book is a rewrite. I think CQRS is definitely an improvement.
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Dino Esposito is one of the world’s authorities on web technology and software architecture. Over years, Dino developed hands-on experience and skills in architecting and building distributed systems for banking and insurance companies and, in general, in industry contexts where the demand for security, optimization, performance, scalability, interoperability is dramatically high. Dino is also a ...more
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