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* Pattern Stories Web
An interactive site for the sharing of shories / experiences of using Design Patterns in the real world.
* Tcl Programming Idioms
by Nat Pryce. A collection of idioms for programming in the Tcl language, described as design patterns for Data-as-Code, Glue code, and Configuration Scripting.
* HotDraw
The HotDraw editor used for the case study in the "Gang-of-Four" Design Patterns book translated into a Java applet with a demo version available on-line.
MONDO by Mark Fussell is described as a general architecture for encoding, modelling, and processing information. It is especially designed for building and manipulating information from human-readable text files, with a first reference implementation in Java.
* The Object Oriented Page
Maintained by Ricardo Devis. Lot of links to object-oriented info, as well as comments on object-oriented books, products, object databases, articles, etc.
* UML Documentation Home Page
* UML Notation Guide
* UML Semantics
* CRC Modeling
This white paper describes the CRC (class responsibility collaborator) modeling process for identifying user requirements. CRC modeling is an effective, low-tech method for developers and users to work closely together to identify and understand business requirements.
* Ralph Johnson's Frameworks Home Page
A framework is a reusable design expressed as a set of abstract classes and the way their instances collaborate. It is a reusable design for all or part of a software system. By definition, a framework is an object-oriented design. Large-scale reuse of object-oriented libraries requires frameworks. The framework provides a context for the components in the library to be reused.
* Michael Mattsson's Frameworks Home Page
* User Interface Design Tips
A paper by Scott W. Ambler presenting a collection of practical tips and techniques for developing effective user interfaces. Covers such topics as: UI design tips and techniques, Prototyping, Prototyping tips and techniques, Interface-flow diagrams, and Training and education issues.
* The Basics of Programming Model Design
Some practical guidance and rules for designing an API or programming model for a component or library.
* Corba Patterns mailing list
A mailing list to discuss design patterns for distributed objects and CORBA.

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* .NET Regular Expression Repository
Provides a brief tutorial on the regular expression facilities in the .NET Framework and an interestive test facility, but the made part is a repository of sample RegExp statements for doing specific jobs such as matching UK postel codes, US zip codes, e-mail addrresses, and phone numbers among many more.

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