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Dating Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Objective-Oriented Paired Programming
by Gordon, Ericha / Hanson, Rickie / Jackson, Rhonda / Disvlisses, Jonna
 

 
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ISBN-10: 0974312002
ISBN-13: 9780974312002
Publisher: Solveig Haugland
Published November 2003; Paperback; 129 pages
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Summary:

The Design Patterns Conspiracy: How It All Happened When the Gang, as well as Grady, Christopher, and the Fifth member of the Gang of Four, Steve Swillvellis, were in college, they invented the ultimate reusable set of patterns for the most complex system of interactions available: dating. Their success with women was famous throughout the state. As Christopher said at the time, “Do you have any idea how unusual that is, for guys who read Knuth for fun?” Then the sweet smell of success turned bitter. They realized that their grades were slipping, they were no longer as interested in computer science, and that they had more than once considered careers in marketing. They realized that while it is extremely pleasurable to have the dating world by the tail, that there were Higher Considerations. The scientific advancement and the economy of the world would be destroyed if all geeks were out dancing on Saturday nights instead of debugging. So they suppressed their work and, to distract those who had heard of their remarkable book on patterns, they produced Design Patterns instead. The dating work remained suppressed until the Fifth member of the Gang of Four could keep silent no longer and brought forth the original WordStar manuscripts, additional notes still penciled in the margins. He asked the Gang of Females to edit and publish the work.



Table of Contents:
for Dating Design Patterns List of Quotes About Patterns by Christopher Alexander
Acknowledgments and Dedication
Preface
Foreword
A Guide to Readers Introduction Introduction to Patterns
The Requisite Question, “What Is A Pattern?”
Central Connection Principles: Self-Exposure and Proxies
Dating Design Patterns Apply to Stateful or Stateless Sessions
Early Research on Dating Design Patterns
Key Challenges and Myths in the Heterogeneous Environment
Notes on the Dating Design Patterns Controversies Pattern List
Dating Design Pattern Relationships
Pattern Description Sections
Patterns Refactorings
Get a Makeover
Display Yourself in a New Context Through Third Parties
Publish a More Restricted Interface
Fake a Phone Call From an Ex-Girlfriend Architecture and Micro-Architecture
The Issue of an Architect
Considering Patterns to Implement Pattern Catalog Groundwork Patterns
Fifth Position Break
Pan-Dimensional Renaissance Differentiator
Jini Singles Bar
Half Bad Boy Plus Protocol
Bridge Interpreter
Conversational Patterns
Dating Savant
Carl Cassel Connection Pool
Interested Listener
Optimistic Persistence, a.k.a. Surprise Statefulness
Connection Patterns
Mediator
goto Guy
Decorated Visitor Honeypot
Exposed Collector
Trojan Proxy
Unexpected Resource God
Request/Response Patterns
Encapsulated Big Fat Opening
Reverse Polarity Disinterested Requester
Classic Method Call
Structured Exposure, a.k.a. Container-Managed Relationships
Dating Cycle Appendix Ask the Gang of Females Bibliography

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