Clean Architecture

A Craftsman's Guide to Software Structure and Design

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Robert Cecil Martin: Clean Architecture (Paperback, 2017, Pearson)

Paperback, 432 pages

English language

Published Sept. 10, 2017 by Pearson.

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I really liked this book but also was a bit disappointed by it. I'm a huge fan of Robert Martin's work, I've read his previous books and I love Clean Code and The Clean Coder. Based on the title and artwork I had kind of assumed that this was just the next step of the Clean Trilogy, this time focusing on architectural concerns.

It is kind of that, but it's mostly not quite that. Really, this book is a lot of background information to understand the "meat" of the book, and the meat of the book is Martin presenting his Clean Architecture pattern, which he proposed in 2012 and has been presenting and training a lot on:

In that way, this book feels much more specific than Clean Code or The Clean Coder. While those two books are general advice for software professionals, this comes off more as an …

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