Recommend Books


Pattern Language & Pattern Related Books

★★★★★People who want to have a deep  understanding of pattern languages, design patterns, pattern-based designs, software architecture and software design should read this classic book.






★★★★★★ You can find various of software design disciplines in this book. For example:
  • Participation--> On site customers in XP.
  • Piecemeal Growth VS. Large Lump Development.
  • Repair VS. Replacement.

A must have book for software people.







The Design of Sites: Patterns, Principles, and Processes for Crafting a Customer-Centered Web Experience.

★★★★★ Most object-oriented analysis and design (OOAD) books concentrate on teaching a notation, suggest a process for modeling, and illustrate it with a few simple examples. Martin Fowler's Analysis Patterns, on the contrast, focuses on the result of the modeling process-the models themselves. If you have learned some kind of OOAD methods, but still have problems in performing analysis and design, this book is for you.





Eclipse Related Books

★★★★Eclipse in Action: A Guide for the Java Developer

★★★★The Java Developer's Guide to Eclipse

★★★★★  Contributing to Eclipse: Principles, Patterns, and Plugins

★★★★★  Official Eclipse 3.0 FAQs


Eclipse: Building Commercial-Quality Plug-ins


OO, UML & SE Related Books


★★★★★ People who want to better understand object-oriented technology should have a copy of this book.


Many people through this book to learn UML.

★★★★★ The best book that talks about component software.


Extreme Programming Related Books

★★★★★ People who want to explore the eXtreme Programming (XP) should read this book. You will enjoy what Ken Beck says in this book.


★★★★★ This book shows you how to improve your code and design step by step. Meanwhile, you must not change the system's functions. 




★★★★★★ Buy a copy. It's great.

e-Learning Related Books

★★★★★ The best book shows you how to designing web-based training I have ever seen.






Last updated on 12/27/04