�Does the Head First book talk about recognizing patterns in the 'wild?'
Does the Head First book talk about recognizing patterns in the 'wild?'
For example, in some instances I wasn't sure if I was looking at a Facade, an Adapter, or a Decorator.
Do you also talk about not over-applying patterns?
It seems some people get carried away (the shiny new thing mode) and apply patterns where they don't apply and shouldn't apply.
Originally posted by Shari Griffin:
Sorry, Sathya, I completely disagree. HFDP is an EXCELLENT first book.
Originally posted by Greg Ostravich:
The Singleton pattern generated the most debate and we thought it should have been the simplest pattern.
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