Grady Booch is an American software engineer, best known for developing the Unified Modeling Language with Ivar Jacobson and James Rumbaugh.
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@copyconstruct @JohnOusterhout It is a lovely book! – source
Grady BoochSep 18, 2020
I absolutely love this book. I was surprised, in my research, to find a very early use of the phrase "domain-driven design" in a paper from 2003 by Bedir Tekinerdogan and Mehmet Aksit from @utwenteEN – source
Grady BoochSep 01, 2020
Also recommended byDavid Heinemeier Hansson
As the digital economy changes the rules of the game for enterprises, it's also changing the role of architects. In addition to making technical decisions, architects can help change the organization's structure and processes to support this transition. To do that, architects need to take the express elevator from the engine room to the penthouse, ...
I really like Gregor's book @@ghohpe – source
Grady BoochAug 20, 2020
See also How Buildings Learn by @stewartbrand (a book that has greatly influenced influenced my thinking). – source
Grady BoochAug 17, 2020
@Brukvoyed Tis far more complex than that. See, for example, Mar Hick's fabulous book, "Programmed Inequality". – source
Grady BoochJul 24, 2020
@jasonthurow1 It's an excellent book – source
Grady BoochJul 16, 2020
This is my go-to crisis comfort book @Calvinn_Hobbes – source
Grady BoochMay 09, 2020
Also recommended byPaul Graham
The way developers design, build, and run software has changed significantly with the evolution of microservices and containers. These modern architectures use new primitives that require a different set of practices than most developers, tech leads, and architects are accustomed to. With this focused guide, Bilgin Ibryam and Roland Huß from Red Ha...
Shout out to @bibryam and @ro14nd: You two have written a wonderful, incredibly informative, and intensely useful book. Thank you! – source
Grady BoochApr 21, 2020
`The err is human, to explain is [Mark Burgess]'--Patrick Debois`One of the best reads and written by one of the best minds!'--Glenn O'Donnell (about In Search of Certainty)What if space is not like we learn in mathematics,but more like a network? What happens to the ability to measure things as you shrink or expand?Since Einstein, space and time w...
"Space, time, matter, and information are all aspects of the same thing, and that how we label locations and times simply expresses different properties." Am reading @markburgess_osl's fascinating book, Smart Spacetime". – source
Grady BoochAug 02, 2019
Writing Code That Nobody Else Can Read
Parody O'Reilly Blank Notebook | Coding Developer Journal Gift For Those Who Love Programming | (6" x 9") 120 Pages
For most of us who have been in the field of Information Technology (IT) for a while, we have either purchased or borrowed a programming book from the O’Reilly library of books. For nearly 40 years, O’Reilly has been partnering with people to bring big ideas to life. From the start of the world wide web to the expansion of open source software, big...
Another must-read book in the O Rly series. – source
Grady BoochApr 11, 2016