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C# Design Strategies

Course Summary

Learn Gang of Four Design Patterns as well as good coding practice from Jon Skeet - one of the top C# programmers in the industry.


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    Course Syllabus

    Singletons
    - 34m 3s

    —What is a singleton? 1m 41s
    —Implementing the simple version of the singleton pattern 7m 56s
    —Singletons and threads-what you should know 6m 13s
    —Choosing the singleton pattern wisely 1m 35s
    —Implementing a proper singleton 5m 21s
    —Implementing a simpler version 2m 33s
    —Implementing a fully lazy version 6m 37s
    —Implementing a .Net 4 lazy version 2m 4s
    Interfaces
    - 19m 28s

    —Defining the problem 4m 32s
    —Reflecting the problem in code 4m 29s
    —Modeling dependency injection using an interface 6m 32s
    —Back to singleton in a real world example 3m 6s
    —Interfaces as abstraction tool 0m 45s
    Dependency Injection
    - 13m 44s
    Inversion of Control
    - 14m 24s
    Outtake: Skeet Builds an IoC Container
    - 16m 15s
    Type Meaning And Single Responsibility
    - 20m 17s
    Open, Closed and Substitution
    - 22m 1s
    Factory Pattern
    - 9m 23s
    Builder Pattern
    - 11m 46s
    Strategy Pattern
    - 8m 35s
    Composition with the Decorator
    - 14m 59s
    State Pattern? Disposal Pattern, and Final Thoughts
    - 10m 40s


Course Fee:
USD 29

Course Type:

Self-Study

Course Status:

Active

Workload:

1 - 4 hours / week

This course is listed under Development & Implementations Community

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