• Clean Architecture: 3 in 1

  • Beginner's Guide + Tips and Tricks + Advanced and Effective Strategies Using Clean Architecture Principles
  • By: Elijah Lewis
  • Narrated by: Ben Herold
  • Length: 9 hrs and 41 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (31 ratings)

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By: Elijah Lewis
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There are many programmers. Real software architects, on the other hand, are rare and, therefore, particularly popular in the market. Clean Architecture: 3 in 1 is the perfect introduction to this new level of programming.

Leading companies and employers are always looking for clean software architects to generate a clearly high-quality code. After all, it is easily expandable, which increases productivity in the long term, shortens development time, and ensures perfect quality.

The Beginners Guide to Clean Architecture is, therefore, a primary knowledge-intensive book to learn about the clean software architect. After a quick theoretical introduction, the book switches directly to practical applications. We specifically look at important object-oriented design concepts and principles.

In the second book, you will learn everything you need to know about clean architecture, about design architecture, and how you can use it in clean code development. By the end, you will understand how the clean architecture structure is a dominating force in software development and paradigms.

You will learn: 

  • How software systems are structured 
  • The design architecture behind programming and software and what it aims to do
  • The differences between functional, object-oriented, and structured programming
  • The different design principles, such as open-closed, single responsibility, Liskov substitution, and more 
  • Linker and relocatability design principles and how they are made up

The third book aims to cover all aspects of clean architecture and its role in the field of coding, programming, and software engineering, alike. This book will highlight all the revolutions that have been brought forward using the application of the principles of clean architecture and how it has helped the field of designing new and innovative software programs change and reshape for the better. 

©2020 Elijah Lewis (P)2020 Elijah Lewis

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Please see below

The audio is full of "Please see the following", "...which is illustrated by this diagram", "see the table below"
and repeat "maintainability", "architecture", "organisation", "abstraction" without make ANY points.
It makes me unsubscribe Audible because software audiobooks just full of this kind of fake content.

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Clone of Clean Architecture

This book is “paraphrased” from Clean Architecture by Uncle Bob sentence by sentence. It is almost like it was pumped through a grammar software and slightly altered. They even have the same chapter order. I can’t believe this is a thing and someone narrated it.

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Narrator can't pronounce industry terminology

It's not "C Hashtag" or "Ka-shay" .... lol
They are pronounced "C-sharp" and "Cash"

he also stumbles a fair bit on words

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guide book

This book is one of best know about the Clean Architecture.And more useful for Beginner's ,..

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Great book.

Elijah Lewis follows a clean and practical approach in this book. He explains with great pedagogy key concept of the architecture. As any other book of practices, this is a merely guide or tool, so you should be careful and diligent evaluating your requirements to see if the advice given in the book applies to you.

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Great reference material for Clean Architecture

Great reference material for Clean Architecture. If you've watched his CleanCoders series, then it's a lot of the same material. That's not a bad thing.

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Another great book about software

If you liked clean code this is definitely one to add to your bookshelf. It contains a lot of good information about principles at all levels.

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Great reference book

This is a well-written book that explains the principles of software architecture at multiple levels. If you consider yourself a software architect, this is really an essential read.

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This book is indispensable, especially when read

This book is indispensable, especially when read together with his "Clean Coder" book. An absolute "must read" for any software engineer.

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A well written book

This book introduces a set of important principles for building software right like SOLID.
I quite enjoyed reading it, which is rare with technical books.
I think it is very good for someone that has some idea of clean code, design patterns and software architecture principles already and wants to understand where these ideas come from and how they fit together.