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C# Design Pattern Essentials (English Edition) von [Bevis, Tony]
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Once you've learned the fundamentals of the C# programming language you need to be able to put that knowledge into practice - and understanding design patterns is essential in being able to write clear, concise and effective code, even for complex applications.

C# Design Pattern Essentials gives you a step-by-step guide to the world of object-oriented software development, using tried and trusted techniques. The examples and code extracts have been deliberately kept simple, enabling you to concentrate on understanding the concepts and application of each pattern rather than having to wade through irrelevant source code. And the pattern examples have been designed around a common theme, making it easier for you to see how they relate to each other and more importantly how you can adapt them to your applications.

While the book assumes a basic knowledge of C# you certainly don't need to be a guru. This book is perfect for the programmer who wishes to take their skills up to the next level, so you can feel confident about using C# in real-world applications.

Coverage includes:

All 23 of the design patterns described in the seminal work of Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, John Vlissides; Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software (Addison-Wesley, 1995).

Additional patterns for use in real-world applications.

Full, simple explanation of the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern.

Easy to follow UML diagrams.

Advice on how to use the patterns in practice.


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Dieses Buch zeigt alle wesentlichen 23 Design Pattern auf, liefert dazu passende und aufeinander aufbauende Beispiele zur Veranschaulichung der Sachverhalte. Es ist eine ordentliche Darstellung dessen, was die Gang of Four in ihrem Debut-Buchtitel publiziert haben, erweitert um das MVVM-Pattern aber in weniger komplexen Beispielen. Zum Einstieg und als "Refresher" gut geeignet und preislich dabei auch völlig okay.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen More mistakes than meat 30. November 2016
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This book is a decent high level overview of design patterns, but I was hoping for much more.

I wanted a modern, .Net oriented guide. This book uses C#, but doesn't bother exploiting the power of the framework while implementing patterns.

With each pattern, the author only scratches the surface, giving few real world examples.

Furthermore, the book is littered with typos and technical mistakes. This is an adaptation of a Java book, and it shows.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Quick, no-frills guide to C# design pattern essentials 29. August 2014
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I really appreciate the flow, progression, and focus of the content. The examples built upon each other, were simple to understand, and best of all, the author doesn't waste your time stroking his ego with non-essential related information that often serves as distracting in other tech books.

I only gave four stars because I thought it lacked a better comparison of the patterns. As a newbie to patterns, I am still not sure what the major differences are between abstract factory vs. factory method, for example. Some patterns are obvious and need little explanation, like Singleton for example. But others, like the various factory patterns sound quite familiar. I would have loved one more chapter to describe best practices for choosing a pattern among similar patterns, or a few real case scenarios showing non-optimal programming and its improvement after applying a better pattern. I realize the author does do his, but in a very limited way as it pertains to avoiding excessive use of If-Else statements, but I would have loved more complicated Do-Not-Do's.

As is, I will be getting my google on to research further on such curiosities, but I am rather pleased with my Kindle purchase and investment in reading time.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Easy introduction to Design Patterns in C# 16. Mai 2013
Von ireadthere4ino - Veröffentlicht auf
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This book is suitable for those wishing to get a quick intro to design patterns in C#. Whether a beginner to design patterns or those from another language wishing to get a quick reference into design patterns in C#.

From a common base application each pattern is applied, examples are simple without excess code, making them easy to follow & identify the pattern.

Each pattern is in it's own chapter, with it's UML, problem description & example code,

At the end of the book there is a chapter with an application that incorporates all the patterns. In the appendix, each pattern is summarized including it's UML, for a quick reference.

This book would also serve as a good stepping stone, to books that might have a deeper & broader explanation of patterns eg. the original GOF book etc.

For what you can learn in a short time, providing the benefits of better coding, makes this book great value.
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1.0 von 5 Sternen Simply Wrong 7. Juli 2016
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The most important thing to learn is what problems each pattern solves. This book only gives one example per pattern and does not discuss the various problems the pattern can be used to solve. Nor does it give alternatives. The book also fails to discuss the consequences. Every pattern comes with drawback so you MUST talk about the consequences. The original gang of four book covers all of this.

The author couldn't even give a proper example of a singleton!!! His singleton uses the volatile keyword (thus acknowledging a multi-threaded environment) but then fails to make his code thread safe. Using the keyword volatile does not make the code thread-safe. In fact, the keyword volatile may or may not be needed at all depending on the method of thread safety employed.

To see various techniques for writing thread-safe singletons, Google the phrase "C# singleton example" and then click on the csharpindepth dot com link. You'll find that link near the top of your search results for good reason.

I can't believe this book has such a high rating.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great C# Source Examples, Relevant for Year to Come, A Permanent part of my Collection. My Team Members Keep Borrowing It! 10. August 2014
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I own another patterns book which I thought was pretty good and I've referenced several sites on the Internet whenever I'm interesting in using particular pattern but I must say that I love this book. Each time I pickup this book I find it hard to put down. I took it to work and didn't think I'd ever get it back. Each developer on my team seems to love it and regularly wants to borrow it. The books uses a generic concept of an automobile factory. The each chapter uses one of the 23 design patterns to extend and improve upon building vehicles. The C# source code is neat, clean, and concise. I found the code easy to follow and I encourage any developer that hasn't already mastered the Gang of Four's design patterns to pickup this book. In addition the book covers a few extra design patterns such as the MVC (Model, View, Controller) pattern. I see this book as a permanent part of my collection. Not like so many books that are outdated each year, this one will be relevant in 10 years.
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