Design patterns provide reusable solutions to common software issues that occur frequently when doing software design. This instructional demonstration is an introduction for Microsoft .NET software developers regarding how to use design patterns in their .NET applications. There are 23 common design patterns known as the Gang of 4 (GoF) that are often considered to be the base for other design patterns. This instructional demonstration will discuss using and selecting the proper patterns in your applications. This instructional demonstration will demonstrate how to use common patterns with AutoCAD software plug-in code samples.
- Discover where and why to use design patterns
- Learn how to apply design pattern code and refactor existing code for design patterns
- Discover how design patterns can help you build better applications
- Gain sample code using design patterns that can be immediately used in your applications
Worked with CAD products for more than 25 years in many positions, from being a CAD drafter to writing automation applications. In current position, write integration applications to support and extract reference and property data for a document management system. In previous position used RealDWG® to write custom automation application to create AutoCAD® drawings of industrial kitchen equipment. Have worked at several Autodesk resellers in software development groups doing custom applications for Inventor and AutoCAD software. While working for resellers taught AutoCAD® instructional classes, Microsoft Visual Basic and AutoLISP classes. Worked as an AutoCAD® instructor at two community colleges.