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.NET Design Patterns by Shine Xavier, Praseed Pai

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Patterns and pattern movement

Programmers of the early 1990s struggled a lot to understand OOP, and how to effectively use them in large projects. Without a viral medium such as the Internet, it was quite a struggle for them. Early adopters published technical reports, wrote in periodicals/journals, and conducted seminars to popularize OOP techniques. Magazines such as Dr. Dobbs Journal and C++ Report carried columns featuring OOP.

A need was felt to transfer the wisdom of the experts to the ever-increasing programming community, but this knowledge propagation was not happening. The legendary German mathematician Carl Friedrich Gauss once remarked, "Always learn from the masters". Even though Gauss had mathematics in mind, it is true for any non-trivial ...

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