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Using Software Design Patterns
All well structured object oriented architectures are full of patterns. Focusing on these common patterns (Design Patterns) during a system's development can yield an architecture that is smaller, simpler, and far more understandable than if these patterns are ignored. Using these Design Patterns in your development can provide a significant maintenance advantage during an application's lifespan.
Like a Japanese haiku (a three line poem consisting of exactly 17 syllables), Design Patterns have a simple construction, but also can be rather hard to fathom. In this session Bill will outline the most common Design Patterns and use familiar Visual FoxPro terminology to illustrate each Pattern.
While Design Patterns aren't specific to any software development language, attendees should be familiar with Visual FoxPro terminology and the principles of object orientation.
Attendees will learn how to: Apply software design patterns to their every day development.
Skill level: Attendees should be familiar with Visual FoxPro terminology and the principles of object orientation.
Suggested prerequisites: None