It will review its importance, tasks, traps, pitfalls, best practices, the problems it solves, the business value it adds, and its trade secrets, as well as how to run successful front-end projects and front-end shops.If you are a front-end ...
Front-end development has become too big, too important, too complex and too expensive to be treated as a mere sub-part of the web development pipeline. In order to break free from survival mode and move toward "continuous innovation", robust methodological principles for Front-end Architecture are needed. Simply choosing a tech stack and configuring a dev environment is not enough anymore. So how should Professional Front-end Architecture work look like?PROFESSIONAL FRONT-END ARCHITECTURE offers a curated list of foundational principles selected explicitly for front-end architecture, aiming to help architects and those vested with architectural responsibilities do excellent professional work. It presents a proposal for the role and the field of front-end architecture based on a higher level of abstraction than is currently understood. It will review its importance, tasks, traps, pitfalls, best practices, the problems it solves, the business value it adds, and its trade secrets, as well as how to run successful front-end projects and front-end shops.If you are a front-end architect seeking a continued education, a developer aiming to become a front-end architect, a manager or engineer looking for formal preparation in performing architectural work, a manager needing guidance in hiring and monitoring the work of architects, a recruiter wanting a better understanding of the field, or a person with influence over architectural decisions... then this book is for you!
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Author: Micah Godbolt
Publisher: "O'Reilly Media, Inc."
Covering everything from signal processing algorithms to integrated circuit design, this complete guide to digital front-end is invaluable for professional engineers and researchers in the fields of signal processing, wireless communication ...
Author: Fa-Long Luo
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Category: Technology & Engineering
Covering everything from signal processing algorithms to integrated circuit design, this complete guide to digital front-end is invaluable for professional engineers and researchers in the fields of signal processing, wireless communication and circuit design. Showing how theory is translated into practical technology, it covers all the relevant standards and gives readers the ideal design methodology to manage a rapidly increasing range of applications. Step-by-step information for designing practical systems is provided, with a systematic presentation of theory, principles, algorithms, standards and implementation. Design trade-offs are also included, as are practical implementation examples from real-world systems. A broad range of topics is covered, including digital pre-distortion (DPD), digital up-conversion (DUC), digital down-conversion (DDC) and DC-offset calibration. Other important areas discussed are peak-to-average power ratio (PAPR) reduction, crest factor reduction (CFR), pulse-shaping, image rejection, digital mixing, delay/gain/imbalance compensation, error correction, noise-shaping, numerical controlled oscillator (NCO) and various diversity methods.
Author: Jordi Colomer-FarraronsPublish On: 2011-02-17
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Author: Jordi Colomer-Farrarons
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Category: Technology & Engineering
A CMOS Self-Powered Front-End Architecture for Subcutaneous Event-Detector Devices presents the conception and prototype realization of a Self-Powered architecture for subcutaneous detector devices. The architecture is designed to work as a true/false (event detector) or threshold level alarm of some substances, ions, etc... that are detected through a three-electrodes amperometric BioSensor approach. The device is envisaged as a Low-Power subcutaneous implantable application powered by an inductive link, one emitter antenna at the external side of the skin and the receiver antenna under the skin. The sensor is controlled with a Potentiostat circuit and then, a post-processing unit detects the desired levels and activates the transmission via a backscattering method by the inductive link. All the instrumentation, except the power module, is implemented in the so called BioChip. Following the idea of the powering link to harvest energy of the magnetic induced link at the implanted device, a Multi-Harvesting Power Chip (MHPC) has been also designed.
Author: American Institute of ArchitectsPublish On: 2011-09-26
They can practice life cycle management by offering a broad range of services
beyond traditional design and construction, from front-end feasibility studies and
site selection to expanded back-end services such as facility management and ...
Author: American Institute of Architects
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Written by The American Institute of Architects, this is the definitive textbook on practice issues written specifically for architecture students. Specifically written for emerging architects, this is the first unabbreviated guide specifically for architecture students about to begin their careers. It is required reading in a professional practice course that architecture students must take within their final two years of school.
Summary When deployed properly , an OWA solution using front - end / back -
end architecture can be more reliable , result in greater performance , and
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n commercial education is all that is necessary to an architect desirous of making
his way in the world; the art, science, ... he has got on as an architect, and,
throughout his career, has fully accepted the dogma that the only art in architecture is the art of making a handsome living honestly. ... At the south or front end there will be two committeo rooms which can, when required, be
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Some architects volunteer design services for community centers , churches ,
theaters , and other nonprofit organizations . Often pro bono services are focused
on the front end , providing analysis , concepts , cost estimates , and presentation
Applying strategies from other industries can help you create better software. This book explores the “mise en place” technique from cooking and reveals how you can apply it to the art of creating software.
Author: Ryan Lanciaux
Learn how to build front-end applications that can help you ship applications faster with fewer defects. Many software projects fail because they are not planned well, or lack organization. Applying strategies from other industries can help you create better software. This book explores the “mise en place” technique from cooking and reveals how you can apply it to the art of creating software. In many professional kitchens, the work of preparing a meal is divided and performed in workstations to help create the whole. You'll review the philosophy behind this and see how to leverage this approach in your code. You'll also learn to visualize your applications as a series of components and build parts of your application in isolation - just like a professional chef crafting each part of the meal. The book describes to how to structure your code base for reuse, and how to communicate the code’s intent to other developers. You’ll develop your components in isolation and test these building blocks for quality at a granular level. Then compose these components as building blocks in increasingly complicated features. Finally, you’ll apply some strategies not directly related to code to ensure maximum quality and efficiency. With Modern Front-end Architecture, developers of all levels will learn strategies that they and their teams can leverage to be more productive. What You'll Learn Structure an application as a series of components Build a component library that others in an organization can leverage Ensure quality and accessibility at a component level rather than a page or app level Test code in a way that gives the maximum amount of confidence while providing an excellent developer experience Automate repeatable tasks Who This Book Is For Front end developers looking to maximize their code for reuse, quality, and shipping features quickly. Experienced developers will pick up new techniques that they can apply to their code base. Less experienced developers will be able to start applications off on the right foot.
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AUTHOR J2EE FrontEnd Technologies : A Programmer ' s Guide to Servlets ,
JavaServer Pages , and Enterprise JavaBeans Discusses the architecture of
Author: Lennart Jorelid
J2EE FrontEnd Technologies: A Programmer's Guide to Servlets, JavaServer Pages, and Enterprise JavaBeans concisely and accurately describes what you need to know about effective enterprise development based on servlets, JSPs, and EJBs. Servlets, JSPs, and EJBs are the most important aspects of Java as it is used in the production of enterprise Web applications today. Lennart Jorelid's book concentrates on teaching programmers how to fit the various technologies together while spending as little time as possible on "plumbing." Jorelid discusses servlet development and architecture, and he teaches developers how to integrate servlets into distributed enterprise systems with illustrated examples. He explains the architecture and implementation of JSPs—including introductory concepts such as using all built-in facilities of the JSP library and advanced topics such as creating your own custom actions using the JSP Tag Library API. Jorelid also addresses the open-source Struts framework from the Apache Software Foundation, which provides a powerful framework for J2EE Web application development by combining servlets and JSPs. And, finally, Jorelid explores the EJB programming paradigm, covering development and architecture of EJBs and J2EE integration and deployment. J2EE FrontEnd Technologies: A Programmer's Guide to Servlets, JavaServer Pages, and Enterprise JavaBeans provides developers with a unique approach to understanding the profound relationship between servlets, JSPs, and EJBs. Developers will gain a clear understanding of all three and will be able to harness this knowledge for their own real-world applications.
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Author: Nebraska. State Board of Examiners for Professional Engineers and ArchitectsPublish On: 1996
State Board of Examiners for Professional Engineers and Architects ... Nebraska
Association of Architects , 1919 . ... a consensus - building statute that seeks to
involve citizens in the front end of rule and regulation development rather than at
Author: Nebraska. State Board of Examiners for Professional Engineers and Architects
Explains construction professional practice in an appealing, succinct, and relatively informal way This book details the management of construction projects from beginning to end, concentrating on the principles underlying what construction ...
Author: David Chappell
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Explains construction professional practice in an appealing, succinct, and relatively informal way This book details the management of construction projects from beginning to end, concentrating on the principles underlying what construction professionals like architects do. It covers the entire process—from the initial meetings with clients through the design, recruitment of a contractor, contract management, construction, and handover—all without referencing legal cases, contract clause numbers, laws, statutes, or the complex jargon that can muddle comprehension. The first part of Professional Practice for Architects and Project Managers offers enlightening chapters that cover: professional standards, perks of the job, bonds and parent company guarantees, office meetings, letter writing, the RIBA Plan of Work, and Building Information Modelling (BIM). The second section teaches all about dealing with the clients, and includes chapters that discuss the extent of services, fee negotiations, conflicts of interest, and more. Next the book looks at such on-the-job responsibilities as surveys, ground investigations, cost estimates, work schedules, letters of intent, etc. The final section goes over everything readers need to know about dealing with a building contract in progress, informing them about advance payments, insurance, site inspections, contractor disputes, terminations, final certificates, and more. Details the entire process of managing a construction project, including dealing with clients, the design process, running a construction project, and more Highlights what the construction professionals do in their positions Shows how principles of construction management are applied in practice Written in a reader-friendly and accessible way Professional Practice for Architects and Project Managers is an excellent resource for architects and other construction professionals such as contract administrators, project managers, quantity surveyors, and contractors.
Author: Heitor Ramon RibeiroPublish On: 2020-09-18
From basic to advanced recipes, this book arms you with practical solutions to common tasks in building complete Vue.js web applications and helps you migrate to Vue.js 3 with a practical introduction to TypeScript and its latest features.
Author: Heitor Ramon Ribeiro
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
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uncompensated who suffer losses because of the design ... At these times ,
entrants are tempted by the investment of front - end premiums that can earn
large returns .
Author: Justin Sweet
Publisher: CL Engineering
This text explains the role of the law in balancing the conflicting social, political, and economic goals of construction. Changes to this edition include streamlined topics and cases, more current cases, and updated environmental information. New material covers changes in the copyright law, the enactment of the Americans with Disabilities Act, the increasing emphasis in foreign countries on a safer workplace, and more. Chapters end with problems that can be used for assignment and/or class discussion.
The System Architect is in charge of designing the entire user interface and
middle-tier business objects that the project will require, and is responsible for
choosing the front end and middle tier technologies. The specific difference
SQL Server 2000 is the latest and most powerful version of Microsoft's data warehousing and relational database management system. However, unless a database is designed correctly the powerful features of SQL Server 2000 are redundant. Database design is an essential skill that is often not adequately mastered by those who design databases as part of their jobs.
The interest on installment loans is typically front loaded and is costly to the
borrower . ... loan = $ 10 , 000 X 13 % X 5 years 60 payments at amount of
principal reduction is less in the beginning and more at the end of the scheduled
number of ...
Author: Walter Rogers
Publisher: Van Nostrand Reinhold Company
Category: Landscape architecture
Each in-depth profile describes the role of the landscape architect in that firm, and provides a nuts-and-bolts profile of the firm's mission statement, business history, job descriptions, and salaries and benefits.
Author: Association of Collegiate Schools of ArchitecturePublish On: 1994
The participation of architects in the strategic frontend of the emerging building
procurement process , however ... REFERENCES A . I . A . , 1963 , Architects '
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Author: Association of Collegiate Schools of Architecture
Entries are invited by the end of March . ... The work is all front - end design , from
concept through to planning stage . ... experience , related to professional
services and / or the construction industry , but ideally within architectural practice
What you will learn Design software architectures using patterns and best practices Explore the different considerations for designing software architecture Discover what it takes to continuously improve as a software architect Create ...
Author: Joseph Ingeno
Publisher: Packt Publishing Ltd
A comprehensive guide to exploring software architecture concepts and implementing best practices Key Features Enhance your skills to grow your career as a software architect Design efficient software architectures using patterns and best practices Learn how software architecture relates to an organization as well as software development methodology Book Description The Software Architect’s Handbook is a comprehensive guide to help developers, architects, and senior programmers advance their career in the software architecture domain. This book takes you through all the important concepts, right from design principles to different considerations at various stages of your career in software architecture. The book begins by covering the fundamentals, benefits, and purpose of software architecture. You will discover how software architecture relates to an organization, followed by identifying its significant quality attributes. Once you have covered the basics, you will explore design patterns, best practices, and paradigms for efficient software development. The book discusses which factors you need to consider for performance and security enhancements. You will learn to write documentation for your architectures and make appropriate decisions when considering DevOps. In addition to this, you will explore how to design legacy applications before understanding how to create software architectures that evolve as the market, business requirements, frameworks, tools, and best practices change over time. By the end of this book, you will not only have studied software architecture concepts but also built the soft skills necessary to grow in this field. What you will learn Design software architectures using patterns and best practices Explore the different considerations for designing software architecture Discover what it takes to continuously improve as a software architect Create loosely coupled systems that can support change Understand DevOps and how it affects software architecture Integrate, refactor, and re-architect legacy applications Who this book is for The Software Architect’s Handbook is for you if you are a software architect, chief technical officer (CTO), or senior developer looking to gain a firm grasp of software architecture.