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Uncle Bob: Design Principles

 
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Nice Robert Martin blog entry - an introduction and table of articles about 11 good ideas:

http://www.butunclebob.com/ArticleS.UncleBob.PrinciplesOfObjectOrientedDesign
 
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a couple of months ago i started reading a fascinating book: Design Patterns Explained (Shalloway and Trott) and then paused and started reading Agile Java (Langr)(another excelent book!); both refer a lot to agile technics; your link does that too

its curious because while my first referenced book introduces patterns to an initiated public, the second teaches java from the very beginning

then its quite curious to watch both books introduce Strategy Pattern, talk about closing a class to change and so on

thanks for the link!
 
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If you liked those books, you'll probably love Uncle Bob's "Agile Software Development - Principles, Patterns and Practices"...
 
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