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Java Design Patterns: A Tutorial

Java Design Patterns: A Tutorial by James W. Cooper - Paperback - Pap/Cdr - Feb 2000 - from Redwood Bookstore (SKU: 1055)
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Java Design Patterns: A Tutorial

by James W. Cooper

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Addison Wesley, Feb 2000. Pap/Cdr. Paperback. The original "Design Patterns" by Gamma, Helm, et al proved a bestseller, spawning a number of derivative titles as well as a new edition. "Java Design Patterns" takes the 23 patterns created by the original designers and implements them for the benefit of Java programmers. The format in this book is to introduce the pattern with a description of the situation it describes. All the UML diagrams used in the book were created in Jvision and each is implemented as a complete working visual Java program with variations as a Visual Slick Edit project; all of it is supplied on the accompanying CD.\n The point of patterns is to short-circuit the design process for programmatic problems solved by programmers many times before. What you're doing is taking the program design process up a level: just as classes encapsulate program components, so patterns encapsulate and generalise common interactions between components. For Java programmers, a pattern book using Java makes for a much shorter learning cycle than working from basic patterns or using a book written in a generic metalanguage.\nThe style is laid-back, with the emphasis on practicality rather than theory. This makes it far easier reading than the book it's based on. It is also more relevant to programmers working at the coalface. Patterns are a powerful intellectual tool. Master them and you'll take your game to a new level: this is the book you need to make the climb. --"Steve Patient"

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Bookseller Inventory #
1055
Title
Java Design Patterns: A Tutorial
Author
James W. Cooper
Format/binding
Paperback
Book condition
Used
Edition
Pap/Cdr
Binding
Paperback
ISBN 10
0201485397
ISBN 13
9780201485394
Publisher
Addison Wesley
Place of Publication
Lebanon, Indiana
Date published
Feb 2000
Keywords
Web programming, Computer Books: Operating Systems, Computer Networks, Computer Programming Languages, Computer networking & communications, Computers, Computers (Software), Computers - Languages / Programming, Computers / Programming Languages / Java, Co

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