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Why we need Design patterns,
 
In ASP.NET, in which later should we use design patterns ?
 
please suggest the easiest way to learn all the asp.net patterns
 
suggest me any site(i did't find any good link)
Posted 25-Jan-10 6:38am
Edited 25-Jan-10 21:02pm
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jameschowdary wrote:
suggest me any site(i did't find any good link)

 
Come on, there are lots here[^].
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It is never to0 early to learn some design patterns and it can take ages to get them implemented right (never sometimes) !
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jameschowdary wrote:
Why we need Desing pattern,

 
You actually don't, and it seems the current mania in untrained indian developers to think that patterns are some magic silver bullet. They are not. They are valid, and worth learning, but ASP.NET will use less patterns than most, unless you use the MVC framework, because the UI is already set in stone. Either way, if you couldn't find any links, odds are you don't know how to use google. Buy the GoF book if you want to, but don't expect patterns to be something you learn overnight, or that will magically solve all your issues.
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I think you are mixing two conceptions - design patters and architectural patterns.
 
jameschowdary wrote:
Why we need Desing pattern,
in aspnet

With design patterns I think the best and simples way to start is to read about GoF Design Patterns[^]
 
jameschowdary wrote:
all the asp.net patterns

This is already about architectural patterns I guess..
I can only recommend not to learn ALL patterns. Start with Asp.Net MVC[^]. It's most relevant today.
 
Good luck,
Alexey
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