Originally posted by Shan Karawita:
1) How do we apply patterns on logical level class diagram when we decompose it to implimentation level class diagram.
2) If we're going to use EJB's, what is the help we can get from patterns,when we're going to decide which classes should be session beans & which classes should be entity beans.
3) What's the best stage of applying patterns on design.when conceptual model decomposing in to logical phase or logical phase decomposing in to implimentation desing.
4) In the analysis stage of a system , is it necesary of knowing patterns & start the design keeping all the patterns in mind ?
Originally posted by Max Tomlinson:
Could the author please explain the difference between a Business Delegate and a Facade? Seems to me they are very similar. BTW this is a question on one of the Sun Java exams (SCWCD).
Originally posted by ZEESHAN AZIZ:
DO YOU THINK THAT COLORS MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE IN OO , UML DRAWINGS, AND IF THAT IS THE CASE, WHERE CAN WE GET MORE INFORMATION ABOUT IT.
Originally posted by ruilin yang:
We know there are many design patterns developed, e.g. listed in the book GoF. I feel it is important to understand the general goal(value)of using these patterns. Can I say the goal of using the patterns to produce software systems:
1) easy to extend
2) promote more code re-use
3) easy to maintain
e.g. loose coupling between functional modules.
In this direction I would like to get more useful comments.
Thanks in advance.
Originally posted by Milind Prabhu:
Given a problem and its domain, I would like to know more about the approach to arrive at a particular pattern (or patterns coalescing to provide a solution).
How can this book help me in that endeavor?
Originally posted by FEI NG:
Does this book use Java or C++ for code examples?