rapidfire09

Hi, I am looking for some good design patters to study. Saw a link to GoF site in one of the posts. The table of content in design patterns Framwork book is impressive. I want to get some honest openion from someone who has read it. Has somebody order it

-Link to the site is.

http://www.dofactory.com/Framework/Framework.aspx

Please also share if you know or have heard about someother site or book that you think is must have for the the subject.

Thanks a lot.

Neeraj



Re: Modeling and Tools Openion Required on Design Patterns Resource...

Paul Gielens

There are seven books which are absolute gems in the field.

Design Patterns (GoF) or Head First Design Patterns

Enterprise Application Patterns

Integration Patterns

Agile Principles, Patterns and Practices

Domain-Driven Design

Applying Domain-Driven Design

Highly recommended! I own and read them all in this sequence.

Also see the patterns published on patterns & practices by topic. I hope you'll enjoy studying this material as much as I did and still do!






Re: Modeling and Tools Openion Required on Design Patterns Resource...

TadAnderson

A new book just out:

Pattern-Oriented Software Architecture: A Pattern Language for Distributed Computing (POSA4)

The book's site:

http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-0470059028.html

A review of the book:

http://realworldsa.dotnetdevelopersjournal.com/posa4.htm





Re: Modeling and Tools Openion Required on Design Patterns Resource...

rapidfire09

Thanks a lot your response.



Re: Modeling and Tools Openion Required on Design Patterns Resource...

Evan H

Paul Gielens wrote:

There are seven books which are absolute gems in the field.

Design Patterns (GoF) or Head First Design Patterns

Enterprise Application Patterns

Integration Patterns

Agile Principles, Patterns and Practices

Domain-Driven Design

Applying Domain-Driven Design

Highly recommended! I own and read them all in this sequence.

Also see the patterns published on patterns & practices by topic. I hope you'll enjoy studying this material as much as I did and still do!

I 2nd this list. Although I traded Head First Design Patterns for "Applying UML and Patterns" by Craig Larman (which is about Responsibility-Driven Design).