Practical patterns that help you make sense of legacy code.
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My first .net meetup. Impressed that they are so frequent. Would be great to have a couple of perhaps shorter presentations rather than rely on one being interesting. That said, this one was interesting!
0 · August 21, 2014
I agree with Richard - great talk, Ben.
Here's a link to my write up of the Proposal pattern:
Not for every day, but really useful in the right place.
0 · August 20, 2014
Bevan, do you have an example of an implementation of this pattern? Thanks
Sorry Richard, not in code that's mine to share. However, if you've ever worked on an e-commerce website, the "shopping cart" can be seen as a "proposed-sale".
Thanks for the talk Ben.
This is the Specification pattern I mentioned during your talk: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Specification_pattern
There's a good c#3.0+ implementation there and an example usage.
It looks like Eric Evans and Martin Fowler may have been responsible for this pattern so a little bit of cred behind it!
Cheers, Richard Renouf
oh fudge, I can't make it tonight from Palmy. Had it booked in for weeks... is there any way I could get some presentation notes/slides/links?
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