Refactoring to Patterns JoshuaKerievsky AddisonWesley
A concept I've understood for a long time, but a term I first heard talking to JoshuaKerievsky
Many times I've refactored, only to look up afterward to see the result nearly always provided a more elegant, integrated design than I considered going in.
? To me, it's an ideal way to explore, teach and learn about patterns because it does it in context of real code. The results are immediate and the ah-ha moment profound. -- JackBolles
Here is a link to my latest work on the subject of Refactoring To Patterns:
Greetings to Joshua ... I came by to add the following:
27 refactorings from Joshua Kerievsky's book, Refactoring to Patterns ... http://industriallogic.com/xp/refactoring/catalog.html
I highly recommend the book's site ... http://www.refactoring.com/
: I picked the Golden Gate Bridge for the cover.
Refactoring to Patterns Interactive is a self-paced, web- and IDE-based learning environment, now available in Java and C#. It went live on November 18, 2005. On April 7, 2006, we released Part II of the workshop, including 7 important/advanced refactorings. Learn more at http://industriallogic.com/rtp/
see also: RefactoringPatterns
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