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The Principles of Agile Design

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"Uncle" Bob Martin helped create the Agile Manifesto, is a leading authority on Agile software development, and has authored books on Agile Programming, XP, UML, O-O Programming, and C++. Bob is the founder, CEO, and president of Object Mentor, whose professionals provide process improvement consulting, o-o design consulting, training, and development services. http://www.objectmentor.com/

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Jan 30, 2007

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  • Covered only one of five principles???

    by Jean W /

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    I was excited when I saw the summary of this video because I've been trying to get my co-workers to read about the five SOLID principles of OO design in the "Agile Software Development" book. I hoped I could email them a link to the video, and it would get them interested enough to read the book.

    Unfortunately, I don't think this video will serve that purpose. First, the principles don't start until minute 20. I can get around that problem by telling my co-workers to just jump ahead to minute 20.

    However, then the video covers only one of the five principles, the Single Responsibility Principle, before ending in the middle of the talk. (It introduces the 2nd principle, the Open/Closed Principle, but doesn't finish covering it.) The video says it had to end because the presentation shifted into tutorial mode, so I understand why it ended. But for my purposes, that makes it useless. I'm not goint to email around a link for a video that covers only one of five principles...

    I hope a version of this presentation can be made as a talk rather than tutorial, introducing all five principles in 20 to 30 minutes (with a strong preference for 20 minutes). The goal would not be in-depth understanding but rather offering just enough insight to entice people to read the book. That's the kind of link I would send around to my co-workers. Thanks!

  • Re: Covered only one of five principles???

    by Vladimir Sanchez /

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    Visit Object Mentor's Principles of Object-Oriented
    Design Course
    page to obtain more information on the topics you're looking for:

    Here's a list of some of the PDF's:

  • Open Closed Principle

  • Liskov Substitution Principle

  • Dependency Inversion Principle

  • Interface Segregation Principle

  • Packaging Principles

  • Package Dependency Principle


  • ...and a UML crash course. ;)

    I hope you find it useful.

    -Vlad

    P.S. I was also craving for more but can't afford the training now. |:(

  • not complete or ....

    by Hans Stevens /

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    I'd love to see the full version of this, did something go wrong with the upload or is this the only stuff that was recorded ?

  • download

    by Ajay Jadhav /

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    Can this video be downloaded? or available somewhere for download. Due to bandwidth problem I am not able to hear it properly. I also wanted to share this with my development team.

  • Re: download

    by Angelica Martinez /

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    I have the same problem. Could you please let me know if there is any other way to see the video?
    Thanks.

    Can this video be downloaded? or available somewhere for download. Due to bandwidth problem I am not able to hear it properly. I also wanted to share this with my development team.
    Can this video be downloaded? or available somewhere for download. Due to bandwidth problem I am not able to hear it properly. I also wanted to share this with my development team.
    Can this video be downloaded? or available somewhere for download. Due to bandwidth problem I am not able to hear it properly. I also wanted to share this with my development team.

  • Re: download

    by Fadzlan Yahya /

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    Yes it can be downloaded. Use RealPlayer. However, that still doesn't cover the slides, unfortunately.

  • Re: download

    by Fadzlan Yahya /

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  • Re: download

    by Phong Bui /

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    The video is no longer displayed. Anyone got the same problem with me?
    Where to watch the video?

  • Re: download

    by Pablo Lischinsky /

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