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Design Patterns in Ruby pdf

Design Patterns in Ruby pdf

Design Patterns in Ruby. Russ Olsen

Design Patterns in Ruby
ISBN: 0321490452,9780321490452 | 384 pages | 10 Mb

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Design Patterns in Ruby Russ Olsen
Publisher: Addison-Wesley Longman

Learning to program in Ruby is easy, but learning to program the "Ruby Way" is a much greater challenge. Programming large projects can be a quite tedious projects that needs lots of code refactoring again and again, if the code is not well written from the. I've never read much on design patterns before. Whenever a new programmer asked me about patterns, that was the book I would hand him. So, in a previous post, I talked about a nice design involving a proxy/delegator object that impersonates the result of a closure passed into it. In short: This book is good, go buy it. One of them is Design Patterns in Ruby by Russ Olsen. Sitting on my desk at work is a copy of trusty the old GoF book. He recently posted a look at the Singleton design pattern, with some Java and C# based examples. €Design Patterns in Ruby documents smart ways to resolve many problems that Ruby developers commonly encounter. I just finished reading Design Patterns in Ruby and think it is worth a mention even if you are a dedicated iPhone developer. Obsing I am going to be posting a few articles related to Software Design Patterns and how they are applicable to Ruby. Over at the CodeSnipers site, Rusty Divine is running a multi part series on design patterns. The next time, I think I'll hand him Design Patterns in Ruby instead. Now that I'm done reading Geekonomics, I'm on to reading a few books in parallel. The first two patterns that will be covered are the Observer Pattern and the Singleton Pattern. I am back from the holiday break and a perfect storm has come together, I'm currently working on a rails project, and I have a wonderful girlfriend who embraces my geekiness and buys me Design Patterns in Ruby. Recommended if you're new to object-oriented design, or if you want to learn about some Ruby-specific design patterns, or if your coworkers quote heavily from this book. They're definitely worth the read if you're interested in design patterns and know something about Ruby, although I don't know whether my notes would stand up very well if you don't already know Ruby. In “Design Patterns in Ruby” Russ Olsen sets out to cover two distinct goals. Trong phát triển phần mềm hiện đại, kiến trúc tổng thể của dự án đóng một vai trò quan trọng, đặc biệt với bộ khung (framework) v mẫu thiết kế (design pattern). Design Patterns in Ruby by Russ Olsen is the first book entirely dedicated to the implementation in Ruby of the most common Design Patterns.

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