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GeneralRe: Article Competition PinmemberSoMad8-Oct-12 13:22 
GeneralRe: Article Competition PinmemberNaerling8-Oct-12 20:51 
GeneralRe: Article Competition PinmvpPaulo Zemek7-Oct-12 15:11 
GeneralRe: Article Competition PinmemberNaerling7-Oct-12 21:03 
I'm afraid you are quite right. But design patterns...?
There isn't a more chewed out subject in all of programming.
But there's a good reason for that too...
I'm just wondering what makes Roberts article so much better than all other articles on design patterns that did not make article of the month.
And why did his structural patterns article not even enter the competition if they are so popular?
For the record, I am not accusing Robert of cheating, he's written some great articles.
I just don't think design patterns should win any competition anymore Smile | :)
It's an OO world.
public class Naerling : Lazy<Person>{
    public void DoWork(){ throw new NotImplementedException(); }

GeneralRe: Article Competition PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon7-Oct-12 21:25 
GeneralRe: Article Competition PinmemberNaerling7-Oct-12 22:28 
GeneralRe: Article Competition Pinmember Michael Martin 7-Oct-12 22:39 
GeneralRe: Article Competition PinprotectorPete O'Hanlon7-Oct-12 22:49 
GeneralRe: Article Competition PinmemberNaerling8-Oct-12 3:45 
GeneralRe: Article Competition PinmvpPaulo Zemek8-Oct-12 4:15 

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