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Design patterns and best practices

Volker Schnitzer
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I have been reading the reviews on amazon.com. Some are quite negative, some very positive. What impressed me, though, is the emphasis on design patterns and best practices. This is often not given enough attention. Large programs can be maintained so much easier even after they have been changed and added on, if these principles are given the proper attention from the very beginning on.
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Mark Spritzler
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Hi Volker. What are you actually talking about here? What reviews? I think either you meant to post a reply to a thread and accidentally hit Add new thread.
Mark


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Mark Spritzler
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Unless of course we happen to be running a Book Giveaway.
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