Achieving a Mature Software
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Achieving a Mature Software

About the Book

A mature software is the software that is reliable, secure, stable, flexible, robust. Knowing which technologies choose for specific problems is essential to achieve a mature software. However, for this you need to know various technologies, frameworks, concepts and etc.

To sum up: being a better professional is the first step to reach the goal.

The professional that is always learning knows solutions/tools that solves a problem better.

SOLID principles, Clean Code, TDD (Test-Driven Development), MVC (Model-View-Controller), Design Patterns, Frameworks, New paradigms and concepts.

Among other things, are things that should be essential to every programmer.

In this ebook I intend to comment about these and many other techniques, introduce new frameworks, show frameworks that could be better used, programming and organization tips, and more. When needed, the examples will be done in Java, but the whole idea is to give you all you need to understand how to achieve a mature software.

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About the Author

Raphael Amoedo
Raphael Amoedo
  • Graduated in Computer Science - UVA-RJ
  • Post-graduated in Software Engineering with JEE. - SENAC-RJ
  • Working with Java since 2011, but I like other languages such as Python and Javascript
  • I try to help the community whenever possible
  • Active user of Stackoverflow, Github and IT groups on Telegram
  • Currently writing e-books to the future and soon writing on magazines

Table of Contents

I. What is a mature software?


What is a mature software?

II. Basic Concepts

Version Control


Build Process (Java)


JAR Generation

What is Maven?

How Maven works?

Appendix: Maven with IDEs


Functional Testing

Non-Functional Testing

Overview: Functional Tests





Ideal Model

Overview: Non-Functional Tests




What is TDD?


Development Cycle

Appendix: Code Coverage

III. Software Architecture

Continuous Integration

Main Associated Practices

Key Concepts

Prerequisites to have Continuous Integration



ALM - Application Lifecycle Management

Why use ALM?

Beware ALM

Appendix: My ALM Suite


Differences: SQL and NoSQL

– Divisions

– Focus

– Scalability

Which use and when to use?

Appendix: NewSQL

IV. Code Architecture

Clean Code

What is the importance of the Clean Code?

How to write a Clean Code?


Design Patterns

GoF Patterns

Types Of Design Patterns

Creational Patterns

Structural Patterns

Behavioral Patterns

My Favorite Design Patterns

When use

Why use

Programming Paradigms

Aspect-Oriented Programming (AOP)

Functional Programming

Reactive Programming

Domain-Driven Design (DDD)

Behavior-Driven Design (BDD)

Architectural Patterns

MVC (Model-View-Controller)

MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel)

MVP (Model-View-Presenter)

MVW (Model-View-Whatever)

Programming Principles


Single Responsibility


Liskov substitution

Interface segregation

Dependency inversion





V. Systems Integration

Programming for Web

What is HTTP?

HTTP Methods

Status Codes




Web Services




SQL Injection

Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF)

Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)

Appendix: Cloud Computing

Delivery Models

IaaS (Infrastructure as a Service)

PaaS (Platform as a Service)

SaaS (Software as a Service)



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