Sunday, July 20, 2008

Design Patterns

A Design pattern is a general reusable solution to a commonly occurring problem in software design. Each pattern has an intention that try to solve a common problem. You need to know the intention of each pattern also the problem they solve then if you come up with that issue you need to apply that pattern to solve the problem. I have seen so many programmers have no idea about design pattern if you are part of those people I should say you are not classified as senior programmer. I believe a senior programmer need to know these patterns. I could find a big gap in terms of design patterns knowledge between Java programmers and C# programmers. Java programmers know design patterns very well however; C# programmers hardly know them and use them. I had a lot of co-workers writing horrible codes just because they do not know how to solve a common problem. I wish I had a chance to convince them apart from technologies like ASP.NET, WCF, WF, and etc you need much more deep understanding about coding and design patterns otherwise you may know amazing technology but you do not have enough capacity to use them correctly!

This is why I decided to start writing about design patterns and give you some idea about them and also share my experiences over some of these patterns.

I hope you can find this useful. Please follow my post about design patterns and help me to correct myself also share your experiences with me.

1 comment:

Nahid said...

Dear Emad,
I'm counting down for your nice posts on Design Pattern!
Bes Wishes