Software programming is a tedious task, but not for those who love doing it. Programming and designing processes often present challenges that seem impossible in the first go, but with consistent work, things start to clear up, and eventually the solutions appear. This is an everyday routine for a programmer.
When software developers spend years on the compiler screen, they gradually begin to see patterns that they did not observe before. These patterns become only visible after working on dozens of projects that have many things in common. When this happens, it means that the software programmer is close to reaching the expert level in the field.
This process can take months or years. But what if somebody would share these patterns and the way to see the patterns yourself? The precious learning would shorten the time to go pro as a design consultant or a software programmer.
The call is answered with Justice Nanhou publishing the book Software Patterns Made Easy. The book discusses design patterns, architectural patterns, authorization, events processing, and much more. The book’s contents effectively communicate the use of the patterns because all the insights and knowledge from the author’s experience and acumen are delivered with the help of graphs, tables, and diagrams.
Justice Nanhou’s skills in building web applications have enabled him to write this book as a guideline for amateur and professional software programmers. It is a valuable contribution to the field because it simplifies many design tasks that conventionally take a long time to figure out. With this book in hand, software programmers will likely improve their efficiency and skills and progress in their careers quickly.