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978-0-201-71594-1 / 0201715945

Design Patterns Explained: A New Perspective on Object-Oriented Design

by Shalloway, Alan

Publisher:Addison-Wesley Professional

Edition:Softcover

Language:English

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Design patterns offer proven opportunities for creating flexible, reusable software -- but until now, their complexity has prevented most software professionals from taking full advantage of them. Now, there's a simple, gentle introduction to patterns that helps software practitioners gain the benefits -- without the confusion. Unlike many books on patterns, Design Patterns Explained doesn't assume that its readers already have an in-depth understanding of object-oriented design. Rather, it teaches object-oriented design and patterns together, helping developers gain deeper insights into both topics far more quickly. Shalloway and Trott don't just introduce a laundry list of patterns: they explain why each pattern works, the organizing principles upon which the pattern is based, and above all, how the patterns work together in real world object-oriented designs. For all software developers, programmers, architects, and project managers who want to succeed with patterns.

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