Software Design Patterns for Everyone
by Anoop Madhusudanan
Number of pages: 31
The objective of this book is to introduce software design patterns to you in a simple, human readable, and funny way -- in the context of designing a soccer engine -- By discussing the thought process behind applying design patterns.
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