Pattern Hatching: Design Patterns Applied
Addison-Wesley, 1998 - Computers - 172 pages
This succinct, example-driven book empowers software developers who are using design patterns, arguably today's most popular object-oriented programming concept. Design Patterns' co-author John Vlissides blends his intimate knowledge of the pattern development process with practical techniques for better pattern application. The result is a thought-provoking guide that will help you improve your next software design by putting patterns to work successfully.
Pattern Hatching demystifies the fine points of patterns, placing them in the broader context of basic object-oriented design principles. It dispels many of the misconceptions about patterns that have spread in the software development community--clearly articulating what patterns are and how they ease the development process. The book also presents themes and variations on several established patterns, yielding many new insights. With the instruction in this book, you will become better able to tailor patterns to the design problem at hand.
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. John Vlissides is one of the "Gang of Four" who wrote the seminal "Design Patterns" book. Where "Design Patterns" was really a catalog of patterns, "Pattern Hatching" is about how to apply design ... Read full review
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