| Published by Wiley & Sons in
2000, ISBN 0-471-60695-2, order from amazon.com (US),
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This book is the second volume in the highly acclaimed Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture (POSA) series, POSA1 was published in 1996 and hence this book is referred to as POSA2. View this page in Romanian courtesy of azoft.
The book can be used to tackle specific software development problems or read from cover to cover to provide a fundamental understanding of the best practices for constructing concurrent and networked applications and middleware.
Pattern Language Map
About This Book
About The Authors
Guide To The Reader
1.2 Challenges of Concurrent and Networked Software
1.3 A Case Study: Designing a Concurrent Web Server
1.4 Wrapping Up
6.2 A Pattern Language for Middleware and Applications
6.3 Beyond Concurrency and Networking
6.4 Pattern Languages versus Pattern Systems
7.2 Where Patterns are Now
7.3 Where Patterns are Going
7.4 A Parting Thought on Predicting the Future
8 Concluding RemarksGlossary
Index of Patterns
Index of Names
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