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Application of design principles

Wirianto Djunaidi
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Principle tends to be abstract, are there guidelines and/or example in your book on how we can apply the principle in practice?

If you have example, do you use any particular language or pseudo code as example?
Ludwin Barbin
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Yes, you're right, the principles are abstract in nature.

That's why I've lots of real-world analogies, examples, and visuals to help in learning and applying the concepts.

I did not refer to any particular language or pseudo-code as that level of details may not be appropriate for the topic. I admit I was tempted to include code snippets, but then again it's way too low-level for the high-level abstractions that the principles are referring to.

I believe the blogs and forums can supplement these additional details if the reader needs to go deeper.

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