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Design Patterns : Introduction to Design Patterns

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^Design Patterns

* Patterns Home Page
* Doug Schmidt's Design Patterns page
* Christopher Alexander: An Introduction for Object-Oriented Designers
by Doug Lea. An intruduction to Christopher Alexander, the man who (inadvertantly) started the Software Design Patterns movement by studying patterns in Architecture and Buildings!
Also provides a good introduction to Design Patterns in Software generally.
* Implementing Patterns - by Jiri Soukup
* The 'unofficial' Design Patterns FAQ
Doug Lee's Patterns discussion FAQ, containing very brief summaries of topics that have been discussed on the patterns-discussion list, in question and answer format.
* Introduction to "Design Techniques"
An article from JavaWorld discussing the role of design and design patterns in the context of the overall software development process, and several of the conflicting requirements that affect design choices.
This is the first of a new column in the JavaWorld online magazine (obviously looking at design patterns particularly from a Java perspective!), and we don't JUST like it because we get a mention !
* Patterns and Software: Essential Concepts and Terminology
An article by Brad Appleton providing a very good summary of and introduction to Design Patterns.
* Patterns in a Nutshell
The "bare essentials" of Software Patterns by Brad Appleton, in the style of the O'Reilly book series.

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