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  • Title: Design Patterns in C#
  • Author(s) Jean Paul V.A and Matthew P. Jones
  • Publisher: JeanPaulva.com (January 17, 2012)
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  • Language: English
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This book will give good designing edges to the developers and enhance their Object Oriented skills. Jean Paul V.A is a Software Developer working on Microsoft Technologies for the past 10 years. He has been passionate about programming and mentored lots of developers on .Net and related Technologies.

For students learning in the Microsoft environment, this book is a companion to the original Design Patterns text tailored to the C#. This book is an application book, rather than a theoretical one. It is written for students who want to gain a better understanding of the patterns described in the seminal design patterns book by Gamma et al. The book's intent is to give students the confidence and know-how to apply the original 23 patterns identified in the Gamma book, with all code examples provided in C#.

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