If you want to speed up the development process on your .Net applications, you're ready to take advantage of C# design patterns elegant and repeatable solutions to common programming problems that enjoy wide acceptance in the industry. This book is a clear introduction and reference to this difficult subject, with an insightful comparison of patterns and where they would be best used or combined. C# 3.0 Design Patterns offers you a fresh approach. While some sources present C# design patterns converted from C++ and Java code, this book gives you patterns using C# 3.0 language features and a bold use of C# libraries, along with plenty of case studies to illustrate how each of the 23 patterns is used in practice. You get less of the why and more of the how, when and what in this concise and practical guide, with program examples that make sense. C# 3.0 Design Patterns includes:
- An introduction that explains what design patterns are, why they're used and how to choose one pattern over another.
- Extensive coverage of the classic creational, structural and behavioral design patterns.
- New design patterns in popular areas such as parallel programming, security and web design.
- Interesting real-world examples that work well in the design pattern framework.
- Case studies on patterns in mobile computing and applications in software architecture.
- Examples embedded in real programs running on the companion web site.
- Tables and guidelines for the choice of patterns.
With the improved features of C# 3.0, design patterns are an efficient and clever way to overcome hurdles in software development with proven, tested templates if you know how to use them. This well-organized and illustrated book gives you an excellent head start on these effective tools.
About the Author
Judith Bishop is a computer scientist, in Pretoria South Africa, specializing in the application of programming languages to distributed systems and web-based technologies. She is internationally known as an advocate of new technology. Her books on Java and C have been published in six languages. She represents South Africa on IFIP TC2 on software and is a chair or member of numerous international conference committees and editorial boards.
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