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5.0 von 5 Sternen The best way to really learn object-oriented design
This book really changed my way of thinking about object-oriented design. The idea is that when designing a new class hierarchy, though implementation details may differ, you often find yourself using the same kinds of solutions over and over again. Rather than approaching each design task out of context as an individual, isolated problem, the strategy is to study the...
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent concept but rather disappointing mistake density
I rate this book 5 stars for the idea and -2 stars for all the confounding little mistakes. Apologize, I don't have too many details because it was one of the few books I borrowed that I actually returned (and to the original owner).
I went through two of the patterns with full concentration, found mistakes in both and found they really did get in the way...
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4.0 von 5 Sternen a must read, but a very tough read., 2. Juli 1998
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Roedy Green (Victoria, BC, Canada) - Alle meine Rezensionen ansehen
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The authors define design patterns as: descriptions of communicating objects and classes that are customised to solve a general design problem in a particular context. A design pattern names, abstracts, and identifies the key aspects of a common design structure that make it useful for creating a reusable object-oriented design. The design pattern identifies the participating classes and instances, their roles and collaborations, and the distribution of responsibilities. Easy to wrap your mind around, eh? Design Pattern people are in love with the power of abstraction and generality. You might even say they prefer to impress rather than inform. However, somehow you are going to have to learn this stuff, even if only to get into the heads of the guys who designed the AWT. Try starting with the code samples in the Design Patterns book. You have to read this book at least twice before it begins to make any sense. However, if you want to call yourself a programmer you MUST understand this book. I hope somebody writes a version of this book for Java programmers. It is written from the perspective of C++ and Smalltalk. This is a book where the you want the hardcover version. You go back to it again and again.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen A must read, but not a reference., 8. Juni 2000
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Everyone who claims to write object oriented code must read this book. You will benefit greatly from it, if for no other reason than that no one will take you seriously if you don't understand its terminology. Its ideas are not revolutionary, but its method of organizing them and studying them -- patterns -- is. Patterns give common names to common design practices, making it possible to discuss them with others.
If you can, borrow the book from a friend or library and read it at least once. Then decide whether you need your own copy. It should be reread every so often, as it is valuable not only for the patterns it presents, but for the systematic way in which it approaches problems. However, you do not need it on your desk to code. Indeed, it is too weighty and academic to serve as a reference. If you maintain a library of books on object oriented design, it is incomplete without this single book.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Wer sie nicht kennt ..., 11. September 2004
findet in diesem Buche einen sehr guten Überblick. Das Buch ist empfehlenswert. Leider muss ich schreiben, dass die Beispiele zu sprunghaft, manchmal unverständlich, sind. Das Internet bietet hier bessere Beispiele. Für mich war es das erste Buch zu diesem Thema und ich liebe es. Die Beispiele waren aber so uninspirierend, dass ich sofort nach weiterer Literatur geschaut habe, welche ich zahlreich, auf dieses Buch beziehend, im Internet gefunden habe.
Es wird wohl nicht einstauben, bis besseres in meiner Hand liegt.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Superior OOD text, definitely worth a read., 22. Juni 1997
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This book is a clear elucidation of a complex sub topic within the Object Oriented Design methodology; namely the application of a set of 23 design templates to common design problems. It has a strong academic base, with only one chapter, (no. 2), giving a well worked example. The book is broken up into 6 chapters, with chapters 3, 4 and 5 each describing a different category of pattern template. All 23 patterns fall into one of these chapters. Chapter 6 acts like a summary of the design pattern community and current research directions. Highly recommended reading for software engineers dabbling in OOD at the intermediate to advanced level. Would form a basis for graduate level study course in OOD. Suffers from only having one well worked example. Would benefit from a supplementary book with detailed applications of all the design patterns
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Overrated, difficult to follow, lack of examples, 28. Mai 1998
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Books on computer programming live or die on the quality of their examples. As every programmer knows, a good example is worth a thousand words. Sadly "Design Patterns" fails miserably in this regard. It suffers from a descriptive overkill that smothers the inherent simplicity of the subject they purport to explain. For example a simple pattern such as "Strategy" is described is such unnecessay detail, that you begin to doubt you ever understood it in the first place! For design patterns I was not already familair with, I could not follow them at all. Part of problem is the high-toned, quasi academic style the authors use, with endless citations and qualifications that do anything but explain(Grady Booch is guilty of this too).
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3.0 von 5 Sternen A solid topic flawed by too much text, 2. März 1998
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While the book does identify many good design patterns, it falls apart when communicating these patterns. While the authors have identified the patterns, they have added too much superflous discussion and missed the chance to communicate the concepts through simplicity. The diagrams inside the covers are worth as much as everthing between them. The authors should have built upon the diagrams slowly and showed *through the diagrams themselves* how one pattern differs from another.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Excellent. Highly recommended., 19. April 2000
Will change the way you think about OO design. A lifesaver for anyone designing class libraries. This book describes how objects interact with each other and how these patterns of interaction occure time and again in software projects. Next time you see "Abstract Factory" in the Java docs you'll know what it means. One problem is that all examples in the book are in C++. Some Java examples would have been nice. But it's the concepts and not the code that counts.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Now that you know what inheritance and polymorphism is..., 29. Mai 2000
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What do you do with them? This book provides real strategies for tackling common design problems, through the use of reusable "patterns". I read this, and I immediately saw the difficulty in designing entire GUI frameworks (like OWL, MFC). There are far more other kinds of problems that this book provides solutions for. This book is one of my favorite classics, and works as a reliable reference.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen The original reference on the topic - already a classic, 16. Januar 2010
This book is a catalog of 23 more or less useful object oriented design patterns in more or less wide spread use. Don't get me wrong, I do like the book's intention of introducing a common vocabulary of solutions to particular engineering problems and it is certainly valuable having these solutions collected and organized in one place. However, I think it is unnecessarily dry and hard to read. The source code examples on the other hand are written in easily understandable C++ with brief mentions of existing implementations or implementation possibilities in different languages. I would have wished for more and more elaborate examples though. The authors often mention the possibility for mixing several patterns to archive their combined strengths, but seldom give code examples demonstrating this - thus leaving the harder problems to the reader. I would have liked less emphasis on the sometimes obscure and outdated 'known uses' section for each pattern - which cites where the pattern has successfully been applied - in exchange for more actual code examples. Sometimes the 'known uses' section reads like an excuse for including that particular pattern, which should be unnecessary, the use should be self evident or the pattern omitted. That said, I still haven't found a use for some of the more esoteric patterns in my everyday designs and application of C++. The book is still a valuable reference, since many patterns (factory, singleton, observer, command) really are in widespread use and you don't want to miss out on their usefulness and seem ignorant in discussions about them ;)
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4.0 von 5 Sternen An excellent complement to the book of the same name., 9. Juli 1998
This CD should not be considered a replacement for the book, at least as long as you are like me and like the portability of a book, it's ability to record notes, etc.
What John Vlissides and the folks at AWL have done very well is re-shaping the book to electronic form. This is not just a duplication of the book, but a genuine adaptation of the content to a different medium, in this case HTML. Perhaps most valuable for me is the ability to pop this in and do a full-text search. I still use the paper book, though.
It would have rated 5 stars but for one thing: the inability to record notes within the medium. That's not the fault of the publisher or anyone--it's a difficult technical problem that hopefully someone will solve.
I would heartily recommend this to consultants or anybody who doesn't necessarily have a "home base" because these are much easier to lug through airports than the hardcover GoF book. :-)
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