[osflash] Share the knowledge: Books
johan.lopes at gmail.com
Wed Nov 9 13:47:45 EST 2005
Yes, "Head First Design ..." is a great book - perhaps at times a bit
too wacky for my taste but it does the job. I would also recommend the
GoF (Gang of Four) "Design Patterns, Elements of Reusable
Buy them together, they really complement each other!
<-- I know, GoF has been recommended millions of times before on this list.
On 11/9/05, Dominick Accattato <daccattato at gmail.com> wrote:
> good choice. I've read that book a good two three times now and refer to it
> often. Although don't waste your time on the mvc song.. heheh
> On 11/9/05, The Irrelevant Elephant <theirrelevantelephant at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I just bought a book, and it's so fantastic that I thought I'd share it
> > with you guys:
> > 'Head First Design Patterns' by Freeman & Freeman (O'Reilly press).
> > It illustrates a whole range of patterns in very real and understandable
> > terms, and doesn't dilly dally about with fancy language. It covers a
> > whole range of subjects surrounding patterns, including (but not limited
> > to) how to apply patterns to your own software, and how to avoid pattern
> > fever. I really can't do it any justice here, so I'll just recommend
> > that if you are interested in learning about software design patterns;
> > get this book :)
> > US Amazon link:
> > UK Amazon link:
> > The book was originally recommended by Ward Cunningham, the inventor of
> > the Wiki.
> > Anyway.. Do you guys have any interesting books to recommend?
> > - IE
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