- Paperback: 419 pages
- Publisher: Prentice Hall (July 16, 2004)
- ISBN: 0131467409
Using detailed, real-life examples, this book/disk package shows how to build effective object models--using applications that occur in nearly every industry. Presents five chapter-length application examples of how effective, real-life object-models are built--including point-of-sale, warehousing, order-processing, and data acquisition and control. Each application reveals specific "how-to" strategies (148 in all) and patterns (31 in all) that will help readers develop an intuitive feel for building object models. More details.
Also available: the Strategies and Patterns Handbook, a hypertext version of Chapter 7 in this book. (Windows help file format). The hypertext edition of the handbook is available free, via ftp.
48 Patterns for Driving
and Sustaining Change in Your Organization
Change. It's brutally tough to initiate, even harder to sustain. It takes too long. People resist it.
But without it, organizations lose their competitive edge. Fortunately, you can succeed at making change. In Fearless Change, Mary Lynn Manns and Linda Rising illuminate 48 proven techniques, or patterns, for implementing change in organizations or teams of all sizes, and show you exactly how to use them successfully.
Find out how to
Inspired by the "pattern languages" that are transforming fields from software to architecture, the authors illuminate patterns for every stage of the change process: knowledge, persuasion, decision, implementation, and confirmation. These flexible patterns draw on the experiences of hundreds of leaders. They offer powerful insight into change-agent behavior, organizational culture, and the roles of every participant.
Best of all, they're easy to use—and they work!
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Presents a collection of reusable design artifacts, called generic components, together with the techniques that make them possible. The author describes techniques for policy-based design, partial template specialization, typelists, and local classes, then goes on to implement generic components for smart pointers, object factories, functor objects, the Visitor design pattern, and multimethod engines.Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR
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