Lean Architecture: for Agile Software Development

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By Torben (Denmark) · ★★☆☆☆ · August 23, 2012
I can't recommend this one. Such a shame. There seems to be such a bounty of useful patterns and ideas hiding away just below the surface in Copliens most recent book.
Unfortunately the writing style and endless digression overshadows even the chapters on DCI which are otherwise very interesting.... ...more
By Bill (Galway, 10, Ireland) · ★★☆☆☆ · May 02, 2011
There's a set of great software patterns in here, waiting to get out. Digressions, namedropping, a very particular history of OO get in their way. Wait for the 2nd ed. ...more
By Mikko (Finland) · ★★★☆☆ · April 01, 2014
My review seems to be aligned with that of the majority of the readers of this book... My initial feeling was great because the topic of agile architecture has been a pretty hot one at work recently and I thought this book hit the exactly the right spot. However, after reading it (up to the DCI c... ...more
By Alexis Rodriguez (Ecuador) · ★★★☆☆ · January 21, 2015
Muy bueno el contenido, pero mal estructurado y con una redacción confusa.
Los conceptos explicados son muy buenos, pero se encuentran distribuidos sin una estructura clara! ...more
By Anthony (The United States) · ★★★★☆ · March 25, 2013
I enjoyed this book. It is not the technical detailed code walkthrough I was expecting. Instead it is a thorough examination of how to approach software architecture from both Agile and Lean first principles. Central to this examination is the lean secret of "the whole team" and the agile princip... ...more
By Timoteo (Santa Cruz, 03, Bolivia) · ★★★★☆ · January 17, 2014
It took a long time to read, but not because it is not intuitive enough. It's just too much meat in this meal to eat at once. Is a very good reading about all topics from culture to technology in software development, worth reading, but don't use it as a reference-implementation guide, use it as... ...more
By Robbert · ★★★☆☆ · June 10, 2012
This book contains some very valuable insights into the nature of software architecture. Unfortunately, the writing style is a bit verbose and contains many repetitions, which (ironically) isn't very lean. Nonetheless, this book is worth a read, if only because of the introduction to the DCI fram... ...more
By Piotr (Wroclaw, 72, Poland) · ★★★☆☆ · April 20, 2013
I found it hard to get through the book. I still fail to understand exactly what's the point of dci. I had a few reveleations where I thiught I did understand it, but every time reading further and learning more about it, especially in this book got me more confused. ...more
By Gilbio · ★★★★☆ · September 24, 2013
Everybody, all together, from early on
Surely, it is a opportunity to take a walk into the world of the software architecture. Some sections aren't much easy to understand, anyway from my point of view, it could be considered a milestone about the topic. ...more
By Rob (Hillsborough, NC) · ★★☆☆☆ · June 17, 2012
Overlong and overdone. The code examples are in c++ (why?) and non-idiomatic Ruby. I was mostly interested in how to apply DCI, but by the time the author actually got to the concret DCI examples I was just ready to be done with this book. ...more