Month: December 2016

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Who Travels the Object Structure in the Visitor?
chris | 30 December

The answer to that question can get a little intense. Well, no, not really, but it definitely makes for some

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New Operations in the Visitor Pattern
chris | 27 December

It’s easy to add new operations with the Visitor Pattern. How easy? Can I add 2 in a single, compendious

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Visitor Pattern Intro
chris | 23 December

Object structures tend to mimic life. Which is to say, that they’re a complete mess. But thanks to the Visitor

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Choosing Implementors on the Fly
chris | 20 December

You can get pretty creative with implementors in the Bridge Pattern. We’ve already seen some examples of that, but swapping

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Sharing Implementors in the Bridge Pattern
chris | 16 December

Once you have solid separation of abstraction and implementation with the bridge pattern, it’s time to exploit. In this episode,

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Choose Your Own Bridge Implementor
chris | 13 December

You’ll need an account to access this thunky content. Sign-up for a most compendious plan now! If you previously created

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Extreme Extensibility in the Bridge Pattern
chris | 9 December

Code that rocks the Bridge Pattern tends to be wonderful. It’s easy to maintain. It’s easy to extend. It’s also

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Bridge Pattern Intro
chris | 6 December

Listen to this description of the Bridge Pattern: [Its purpose is to] decouple an abstraction from its implementation so that

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Async Adapters
chris | 2 December

Patterns aren’t just for old-fashioned, blocking code. You can find many — like the Adapter Pattern — in asynchronous code.

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