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Sunday May 04, 2003
04:05 PM

Design Patterns

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I ordered Design Patterns today because I heard that, like, all the cool kids on the block had one.
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  • I did likewise a few years back. It's an interesting book, but hard going for people who aren't used to C++ and Smalltalk.

    You might want to look at Martin Fowler's Refactoring [martinfowler.com] if you're looking at stuff in that area.

    -Dom

    • Refactoring's a great book, but if you really want to see a book that shows the power of Design Patterns as a way of expressing ideas in an easy to grasp fashion, and which assumes dynamic objects (which makes a huge difference), I can highly recommend Kent Beck's Smalltalk Best Practice Patterns.