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Martin Fowler's Bliki

Martin Fowler, to me, is a great IT mind. He has written three (that I know of) books that are on my must-read list. I I own the first two. All three are pretty much classics in the industry. They are: Refactoring, UML Distilled, and Patterns of Enterprise Architecture.

Fowler has also written countless articles on design (Is Design Dead? is my favorite) and architecture (mainly in IEEE Software magazine, where he is still the editor of Design).

Needless to say, Martin Fowler is an industry leader, great writer. He’s somebody that you should know about as a software engineer. (And read his books, too.)

That’s enough about him, the person, since this post is about his blog, Martin Fowler’s Bliki. I’ve been reading it for couple of months now. I think it’s pretty good. I’ve been enjoying it. It’s a bit on a technical side (he is an architect after all) but he touches several areas, mainly design, architecture, refactoring, uml, agile-development, and others. Add it to your RSS Reader (I use Bloglines) and enjoy it too.

2 Responses to “Martin Fowler's Bliki”

  1. Anonymous says:

    You love him like a boyfriend.

  2. stas says:

    Hey, he deserves it. :-)

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