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Judith Bishop is a computer scientist, in Pretoria South Africa, specializing in the application of programming languages to distributed systems and web-based technologies. She is internationally known as an advocate of new technology. Her books on Java and C# have been published in six languages. She represents South Africa on IFIP TC2 on software and is a chair or member of numerous international conference committees and editorial boards.
There's some good stuff in this book, but the authors are terrible at using examples to explain it. It's as if they are trying to be confusing. Read morePublished on 10 Aug. 2012 by Ann-kristi Howard
This is my second book on design patterns that uses C# as the example language. This book is very good for those already in the development arena with .Net and C#. Read morePublished on 11 Dec. 2010 by Mr. Z. Uddin
As an experienced C# programmer I found this book very hard to digest. The examples were not clear. Wish I had bought the legendary Head First design pattern book instead (even if... Read morePublished on 17 Sept. 2010 by W. Webster
Let's face it: there aren't many sources where one can find every pattern covered using C#. So I had high hopes for the book and, for the most part, they were satisfied: it was an... Read morePublished on 11 Dec. 2008 by mezastel
This book has convoluted and baffling explanations of the design patterns when compared to other books on the subject. Read morePublished on 29 Oct. 2008 by The Squirrel