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Hi Guys,

I aim to become a Software architect in future. I want to select one out of the below books to study the Software architecture principles:-

1. Software Architecture: Foundations, Theory, and Practice
2. Software Architecture in Practice 3rd edition

I have gone through the Table of Contents. But i am still not able to decide, which one should i select.If anyone has read these , please suggest me.


Thanks,
Raj
 
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