Last post Oct 30, 2007 02:38 AM by adeelalvi
Jul 29, 2007 11:23 AM|hapax_legomenon|LINK
I'm looking for a good book that explains all about OOP principles in general (inheritance, polymorphism, etc) and also all about how to write your own classes/business objects in .NET (C# preferred).
I've looked at many books but haven't seen any that spend a lot of time on this topic.
Jul 30, 2007 11:52 AM|gonzo11|LINK
If you are looking for a or just one book for all of OOP that would be hard to do.
I personally like the
"Agile Principles and Practices in C#" by Robert Martin.
There is a book from Craig Larman (I own the second edition) that is also considered very good
"Applying UML and Patterns: An Introduction to Object-Oriented Analysis and Design and Iterative Development"
Also very good books (probably more for the intermediate to advanced developers)
"Refactoring: Improving the Design of Existing Code" by Martin Fowler.
"Patterns of Entersprise Application Architecture" by Martin Fowler
Hope this helps
Now if you are looking into more entry level books about OOP, there are pleanty.
Oct 07, 2007 07:23 AM|Kamarikan|LINK
I recommand to read the
UML Distilled 3rd Edition by Martin Fowler
it's have all you need for OO , it's most completed book in the world , don't miss it
and I suggest to read the RUP Practitioner's Guide ,
and at last , it's not bad to read the Apply UML by Grady Booch , Jacobson & Rumbaugh
hey man dont miss the UML Distilled it will change your life ,
tell me if it change it ,,,;)
Oct 30, 2007 02:38 AM|adeelalvi|LINK
have a look at the following site for thier book and sample that covers detail about the topic