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Design Patterns: Context of Design Patterns

 
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Hello,

Today there are a lot of new Design Patterns including Microservices, Reactive, Streaming, etc.
Also some not very popular, or at least they have evolutionated as Repository Pattern.

So, how did you handle these patterns among the classical (I'm assuming you have classic + new patterns in the book).

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Germán

 
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Hi German,
"Design Patterns - A domain agnostic approach" deals with the standard GOF patterns only. The difference is in the treatment or approach to these GOF patterns. Existing approaches are the reason why there is either an overuse or under-use of patterns in general. Usage of common / lucid examples to explain the design patterns more often than not becomes a hindrance to apply the pattern, because the example is usually trivial while the problem at hand is way complicated. Hence existing approaches is the issue and is the target of the book, rather than the inclusion of new topics like microservices etc.
Thanks for the question.
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