Data-Oriented Programming teaches you to design applications using the data-oriented paradigm.
Data-Oriented Programming teaches you to design and implement software using the data-oriented programming paradigm. In it, you’ll learn author Yehonathan Sharvit’s unique approach to DOP that he has developed over a decade of experience.
Every chapter contains a new light bulb moment that will change the way you think about programming. As you read, you’ll build a library management system using the DOP paradigm. You’ll design data models for business entities, manipulate immutable data collections, and write unit tests for data-oriented systems.
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Hope this can be delivered to Eastern Europe.
My personal feedback of the book:
Data-Oriented Programming (DOP) is a paradigm that emphasizes the organization and manipulation of data, as opposed to the flow of control within a program. Yehonathan Sharvit’s book on DOP offers a unique approach to this programming paradigm, developed over years of experience.
Through, building a library management system using DOP, readers will learn how to design data models for business entities, work with immutable data collection, and write unit tests for data-oriented systems. Each chapter provides a new insight that will challenge readers to think differently about programming.
Overall, this book is a valuable resource for programmers looking to expand their understanding of programming paradigms and learn how to apply DOP to real-world problems. It offers a practical approach to DOP, using a concrete example to guide readers through the process of designing and implementing a system using this paradigm.
I believe that learning and understanding different programming paradigms help you to solve different programming problems. Maybe you don’t have to be an expert on all of them, but there could be some problems that is easier to solve not in OOP or FP.