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Patterns
Posted: 22 May 2014   Updated: 23 May 2014   Views: 107,590   Rating: 4.90/5    Votes: 26   Popularity: 6.68
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Explaining the strategy pattern using C#
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Posted: 16 May 2014   Updated: 16 May 2014   Views: 97,332   Rating: 4.95/5    Votes: 31   Popularity: 7.24
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The article explains Adapter pattern, implemented in C#.
Posted: 3 May 2014   Updated: 6 May 2014   Views: 91,997   Rating: 4.84/5    Votes: 53   Popularity: 8.30
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Implementing Facade design pattern in C#
Posted: 6 Jul 2014   Updated: 7 Jul 2014   Views: 32,190   Rating: 4.79/5    Votes: 8   Popularity: 4.33
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Implementing flyweight design pattern using C#

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Posted: 6 May 2014   Updated: 8 Jan 2015   Views: 147,151   Rating: 4.89/5    Votes: 40   Popularity: 7.72
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Implementing Observer Design Pattern in C#

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Rahul Dhammy
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I am a software developer by profession presently working as an Lead Software Engineer in New York City. My passion is technology. I like to learn new things every day and improve my skills in terms of technology. I feel software development can be made very interesting if we inculcate the habit of "beautiful thinking".