Software Architecture Essentials for Business Applications
Software development career is very rewarding. Being able to code with simple, efficient and clean architecture will not only help you crack your interviews, but also take your career to a whole new level.
Software development jobs are mainly in developing business applications. This is the focus of this course. In this course, I will dive deep into the typical layered architecture for business applications, analyze the pros and cons of it and then present you the Clean Architecture, also known as the onion architecture, which is covered in Robert Martin‘s books and blogs.
This course is not just full of theories, I prepared a cargo shipping application as a whole case study with a lot of existing code analysis to help you understand the related software design principles, applying layered architecture and the clean architecture. I also code in front of your eyes when I apply the Clean Architecture to implement two new use cases.
By the end of the course, you will have a thorough understanding of the Separation of Concerns principle, layered architecture as well as the Clean Architecture and be able to use them in your next projects.
What you will learn:
Basic Software Architecture Concepts
Clean Architecture (Onion Architecture)
Separation of Concerns Principle
How Clean Architecture helps TDD and Unit Testing
Common Mistakes in Software Architecture
What you will need:
You have programmed for more than 6 months with any OOP languages
You have basic knowledge of OOP
You are eager to learn software architecture
Who this course is for:
Anyone who want to learn about the Clean Architecture (Onion Architecture) but haven’t been able to grasp it yet.
Last but not least:
Enjoy this course and don’t forget to check out my other courses which are created with the Clean Architecture in them to help you further understand this great architecture.
Author : Frank Liu
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