Finding journal articles on the British Architectural Library Catalogue – simple search

Thursday, November 24, 2016

This shows you how to use the British Architectural Library catalogue (RIBA Library) to find journal articles about an architect. The simple search function is used to retrive articles about the architect Frank O Gehry, and then shows you how to locate these items in the Oxford Brookes University Library.

The British Architectural Libnrary Catalogue includes the Architectural Publications Index (API). The is an index of journal articles indexed by staff at the RIBA Library.

This video was produced by Geoff Morgan who is the Subject Librarian for Architecture, Construction and Real Estate Management at Oxford Brookes University.

Read the full post here: http://www.hakkalabs.co/articles/robert-uncle-bob-martin-architecture-lost-years

Want to create best-in-class applications? Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob) is here to show you how. In this talk, he explains high-level and practical strategies to clean up your architecture.

Uncle Bob has been a software professional since 1969. He has authored “landmark” books on Agile Programming, Extreme Programming, UML, Object-Oriented Programming, C++ Programming and Clean Code.

This talk was presented at a Handybook Tech Talks in NYC.
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12 Comments

  1. Matthew Rath says:

    "This is 2014 we dont need something in our laptops that actually moves, something mechanical that spins, my god how old is that?"

    Fans…

  2. Bryon Lape says:

    Dead code? S.O.L.I.D. seems to create it in spades.

  3. Bryon Lape says:

    He seems to give this talk just about anywhere.

  4. Gene Kochanowsky says:

    I wish "Uncle Bob" would lay off the physics and stick to what he knows. He incorrectly conflates system perturbations caused by observation with The Uncertainty Principle. A principle that is about something completely different, d(x)d(p) ≥ h/2. It stipulates that uncertainty has a minimum area for complementary variables proportional to Planck's constant. A far more mysterious claim than observer perturbation.

  5. sacha obregon says:

    Uncle Bob

  6. yelnatz says:

    Thanks for the slide overlay. Pretty helpful.

  7. Emil Nicolaie Perhinschi says:

    not sure Robert C. Martin knows how the guilds worked, he would be a lot less enthusiastic about them

  8. Jean Pierre Chauny says:

    At 40:13 there is an error. Where it shows Request Model it should show Result Model.

  9. Marvius Maximus says:

    What they just went drinking afterwards? What is that place anyways? Looks like my granny's washing room

  10. mike klaene says:

    Interesting piece. I also started programming in 1969. It was on an IBM DOS/360 Model 30 with 32K of memory and an 8 bit data path using Assembler. For the most part I agree with "Uncle Bob" . OJT with good mentoring is far better than formal schooling for producing good programmers. Most of the really bad programmers that I have met had computer science degrees. Whenever I needed to hire a programmer one my first questions had to do with why programming and CS. If the reply included "Money" and did not include "Fun" I would pass on them.

    Also being a coder is a LOT more fun than being the manager of coders.

  11. futuress0099 says:

    thank you sir! probably saved me from a lot of mistakes I would have done in my future life.

  12. Hakka Labs says:

    Want to create best-in-class applications? Robert C. Martin (Uncle Bob) is here to show you how. In this talk, he explains high-level and practical strategies to clean up your architecture. http://youtu.be/HhNIttd87xs

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