Talks on Gang-of-Four Design Patterns: Mediator, Observer, Javabeans, Model-View-Controller, Command, Template Method, Strategy and Null Object, Composite and Visitor, Factory Method, Abstract Factory and Builder
The following are brown-bag lunch talks I gave on Design Patterns at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab. This is an ongoing series and this page will be updated with new lectures over time
Design Patterns Brown-Bag Series by Scott Stanchfield is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 United States License.
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Note that all sample code for this series is stored on github as git repositories. Each step in the lectures is tagged with STEP1, STEP2, etc. Code may be browsed on github or cloned.
Session 1 - Introduction, Naive GUI, Mediator
Sample Code: https://github.com/javadude/patterns.session1.git
Session 2 - Observer, Javabeans
Sample Code: https://github.com/javadude/patterns.session2.git
Session 3 - Model-View-Controller
Sample Code: https://github.com/javadude/patterns.session3.git
Session 4 - Command
Sample Code: https://github.com/javadude/patterns.session4.git
Session 5 - Template Method, Strategy and Null Object
Sample Code: https://github.com/javadude/patterns.session5.git
Session 6 - Composite and Visitor
Sample Code: https://github.com/javadude/patterns.session6.git
Session 7 - Factory Method, Abstract Factory and Builder
Sample Code: https://github.com/javadude/patterns.session7.git
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