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Touch of Class: Learning to Program Well with Objects and Contracts
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  • Title Touch of Class: Learning to Program Well with Objects and Contracts
  • Author(s) Bertrand Meyer
  • Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (2009); eBook (Draft, 2003)
  • Hardcover 940 pages
  • eBook PDF
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 3540921443
  • ISBN-13: 978-3540921448
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Book Description

From object technology pioneer and ETH Zurich professor Bertrand Meyer, winner of the Jolt award and the ACM Software System Award, a revolutionary textbook that makes learning programming fun and rewarding. Meyer builds his presentation on a rich object-oriented software system supporting graphics and multimedia, which students can use to produce impressive applications from day one, then understand inside out as they learn new programming techniques.

Unique to Touch of Class is a combination of a practical, hands-on approach to programming with the introduction of sound theoretical support focused on helping students learn the construction of high quality software. The use of full color brings exciting programming concepts to life.

Among the useful features of the book is the use of Design by Contract, critical to software quality and providing a gentle introduction to formal methods. Will give students a major advantage by teaching professional-level techniques in a literate, relaxed and humorous way.

All the example code in the book is written in Eiffel.

About the Authors
  • Bertrand Meyer is a French academic, author, and consultant in the field of computer languages. He is the founder and chief technology officer, Eiffel Software (Santa Barbara); He is a professor of Software Engineering, ETH Zurich, since 2001. Department head (2004-2006);
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