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- DescriptionBeginning Algorithms A good understanding of algorithms, and the knowledge of when to apply them, is crucial to producing software that not only works correctly, but also performs efficiently.
- Author BiographySimon Harris started writing animated sprites on a Commodore 64 in primary school. After a break of many years, he taught himself 80x86 and IBM System/370 assembler and started working professionally. Since then he has moved from assembler to C, C++, and, of course, Java. He believes a fundamental understanding and appreciation of algorithms is essential to developing good software; and since starting his own company, RedHill Consulting, he has managed to make a living discussing and demonstrating software development practices and techniques to anyone who will listen. In his more than 15 years of development experience, James Ross has ranged from building packaged products to large enterprise systems to research into compilers and languages. In recent years, he has become a code quality fanatic and agile methods specialist, particularly with test-driven development. He works as a consultant for ThoughtWorks, the world's leading agile software development company. He is currently leading the development of a large J2EE project in the insurance industry in Melbourne, Australia. He lives with his wife and family in Melbourne.
- Author(s)Jon Eaves,Simon Harris
- PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons Inc
- Date of Publication08/11/2005
- GenreScience & Mathematics: Textbooks & Study Guides
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- ImprintWrox Press
- Weight856 g
- Width187 mm
- Height234 mm
- Spine29 mm
- Contained items statementContains Online resource
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