The Modern Developer’s Design Patterns
The Modern Developer Design Patterns
The Design Pattern Palette helps to solve the issues around the knowledge of the complicated designs.
Design Patterns helps to reduce the requirements for advanced development resources that are required to carry out sophisticated development tasks.
Design Patterns standardize common development concepts
… into collections of reusable software
…… that can easily be understood by Development teams
The internal details of the some designs architectures are not required for a developer to implement quality code for a Client.
The sophisticated details are abstracted away from the developer allowing less experienced developers to add great value to the development efforts of the team.
The Design Pattern standardize the development and maintenance process for future change management requests.
By having standards for the Design Patterns, all of layers of developer maintenance are reduced by a lower ramp up time for understanding the business purpose of the deliverable under change.
Design Patterns Lower the Cost of the Software Life Cycle
… By Standardizing Common Design Functionality
The Origins of Patterns
The Gang of Four (GoF), in 1995, presented the first “Official” collection of twenty-three Design Patterns for software development.
This was collection of development design practices assembled by four leading members of the Development community that had exposure to many failing efforts in solution design in their careers.
They came together to offer the Software Industry a “Road Map’ to help future development efforts prevent costly mistakes.
The book was called: “Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software“
The Development Community quickly took off morphing the ART of their work into the SCIENCE of their selected Development disciplines.
Today the Modern Developer enjoys
… Many Years of Refinement
…… From Their Original Thoughts
The Original Design Patterns were Organized into these Three Categories:
Creational – Constructed objects that can be decoupled from their implementing system.
Structural – Create large object structures between many disparate objects.
Behavioral – Manage algorithms, relationships, and responsibilities between objects.
There is a very robust library of modern design patterns at Pluralsight
… This is the premier training site for The Modern Developer and the .NET Community.
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I am a Principal Architect at Liquid Hub in the Philadelphia area specializing in Agile Practices as a Certified Scrum Master (CSM). I use Test Driven Development (TDD) and Acceptance Test Driven Development (ATDD) with Behavior Driven Development (BDD) as my bridge to Agile User Stories Acceptance Criteria in a Domain Driven Design (DDD) implementing true RESTful services