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Show #194 | 5/11/2011


Steve Smith on Commonly Used Design Patterns

Steve Smith explains a few of the most commonly used design patterns and also talks about anti-patterns, or those that should not normally be used. If you're new to patterns, this is a great place to start.



Steve Smith Steve Smith is currently a Senior Architect with The Code Project and CTO of Lake Quincy Media, which he co-founded in 2005. He also founded and continues to run ASPAlliance.com, a popular resource for Microsoft programmers. He is a Microsoft Regional Director, an ASP.NET MVP, an INETA Speaker, and an ASPInsider. He's written or contributed to several books on ASP.NET and related topics and is a frequent speaker at industry conferences such as DevConnections and TechEd. Steve also founded and organizes the Hudson Software Craftsmanship group in Hudson, Ohio, where he and his wife Michelle also own office space and she manages their agile consulting company, NimblePros.com.


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Links from the Show

Jon Skeet's Implementing the Singleton Pattern in C#
Steve's Blog

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