The architecture of open source applications: elegance, evolution, and a few fearless hacks

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The architecture of open source applications: elegance, evolution, and a few fearless hacks
Date of work2012
SubjectProjetos de software livre e de código aberto
Text | English
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The Architecture of Open-Source Applications is a collection of technical essays detailing the architecture of twenty-four major open-source applications. This is the second volume of a series that aims to help developers understand how great and large programs are constructed, and the decisions (or accidents) that led to the way they now work. The series draws inspiration from books used by architects that feature case studies of the great buildings of history.
EditionThe architecture of open source applications: elegance, evolution, and a few fearless hacks (2012)
Raleigh, NC | lulu.com |
ResponsibilityEdited by Amy Brown & Greg Wilson
Copyright date2012
Mode of issuancesingle unit
Media typecomputer
File typetext file
Encoding formatHTML
URLhttp://www.aosabook.org
Carrier typeonline resource
ISBN978-1-257-63801-7, 1-257-63801-7
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