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Hi
I was just wondering if it is possible to discuss all the design patterns one by one to help people like me who have read the patterns books but need some sort of discussion to stimulate and confidentely understand what they have studied. I Think there are lots of gurus out here who have implemented these patterns in their work and would be happy to help.
So can I request the moderator to please take it forward.
 
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The Pattern Almanac 2000 by Linda Rising identifies over 700 patterns. Any pattern you want discussed, start a Thread on it. There is no way I could know which patterns you would want to or need to study.
 
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Here is a learning guide that suggests the order in which to study the GoF patterns. If you would like, we could start a series of threads that follows this guide.
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Originally posted by JUNILU LACAR:
Here is a learning guide that suggests the order in which to study the GoF patterns. If you would like, we could start a series of threads that follows this guide.
Junilu


Cheers Junilu, We can start couple of threads every week where people can discuss about how they implemented a particular design pattern in their project, which would definetly give people like me, a better insight into what the design pattern is all about and how to effectively use them.
Thanks
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Hi Mini,
I think its good idea to start discussion on Design patterns..
Why don't U start a topic so that people can participate..
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According to the guide to learning design patterns in the link above, we should start by talking about:
- Factory Method, Session 1
Begin with Factory Method. This pattern is used by a number of patterns in the book and throughout the patterns literature.
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The Factory Method pattern thread is here: http://www.javaranch.com/ubb/Forum9/HTML/000428.html
Been a little quiet though. I will be away for the weekend (Six Flags / Seaworld, here I come! ) so you guys try to keep the discussion going.
 
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