C# 3.0 Design Patterns

  • Title: C# 3.0 Design Patterns
  • Author: Judith Bishop
  • ISBN: 9780596527730
  • Page: 392
  • Format: Paperback
  • C Design Patterns If you want to speed up the development of your applications you re ready for C design patterns elegant accepted and proven ways to tackle common programming problems This practical guide offers you
    If you want to speed up the development of your applications, you re ready for C design patterns elegant, accepted and proven ways to tackle common programming problems This practical guide offers you a clear introduction to the classic object oriented design patterns, and explains how to use the latest features of C 3.0 to code them.C Design Patterns draws onIf you want to speed up the development of your applications, you re ready for C design patterns elegant, accepted and proven ways to tackle common programming problems This practical guide offers you a clear introduction to the classic object oriented design patterns, and explains how to use the latest features of C 3.0 to code them.C Design Patterns draws on new C 3.0 language and 3.5 framework features to implement the 23 foundational patterns known to working developers You get plenty of case studies that reveal how each pattern is used in practice, and an insightful comparison of patterns and where they would be best used or combined This well organized and illustrated book includes An explanation of design patterns and why they re used, with tables and guidelines to help you choose one pattern over anotherIllustrated coverage of each classic Creational, Structural, and Behavioral design pattern, including its representation in UML and the roles of its various playersC 3.0 features introduced by example and summarized in sidebars for easy referenceExamples of each pattern at work in a real 3.5 program available for download from O Reilly and the author s companion web siteQuizzes and exercises to test your understanding of the material.With C 3.0 Design Patterns, you learn to make code correct, extensible and efficient to save time up front and eliminate problems later If your business relies on efficient application development and quality code, you need C Design Patterns.

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    1. I'm reading it slowly, trying to do the excercises at a section's end before moving to the next one.So far I've studied Decorator, Proxy and Bridge patterns, and it's been a very interesting and enlightening read (bear in mind however that it's my first real approach to patterns, having skimmed through the pages of Gamma's tome a few years ago, so my judgment should be weighted). I've found the comparison table at the end of the three chapters really useful, the patterns themselves having a few [...]

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    2. I recommend this book to a lot of other developers. I wish an updated version was been released, but everything here is good. If you really understand the patterns, you can update them in your code to use new C# features or even translate them to another programming language.I rated this book only three stars because a few of the examples were not as clear as I would like.

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    3. I'm enjoying this book because it covers the design patterns in an intuitive way. Also, it centers on my technology (instead of java) so that I don't have to be constantly translating during the examples. Finally, it uses many of the new C# 3.0 features in its solutions very cool for someone with too much to read!

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    4. great book for those who use c sharp dive into c sharp features while building the design patternsr each pattern it explains the design,the usage, the code and examplesme examples wasn't clear enough though.

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    5. As as C# developer I found this book indispensible. It is now a tattered, well used tome on my desk. If you want to learn patterns, if you don't want to learn patterns and just want to copy solid code, or maybe something in between, this is the book for you.

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    6. It's OK, but no more than that. The examples are really confusing. Also, some of the code that exemplifies the patterns is now outdated. For example, Singletons are now made easy and thread-safe via Lazy<T>, which only showed up in .Net 4.0.

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    7. Thumbed through it quickly. Not sure if it would be useful for our students.Looked at this book in January 2013.

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    8. A decent introduction to design patterns using the C# programming language. Lots of code examples included.

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    9. Goto Book for Design Patterns.

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    10. OK for introducing the design patterns. I disagree with the suggested implementations. It also isn't ideal for introducing the additions in C# 3.0

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    11. Good book for every programmer, weather he writes in C# or any other language.

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    12. Boring as F###. Far-fetched and abstract examples, instead of real-world simple ones. Horrible analogies.Great read if you need something to put you to sleep.

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