[SBPP] - Smalltalk Best Practice PatternsPublished by: Prentice Hall PTR (1997)
By: Kent Beck
This book describes low-level programming patterns that are used in good object-oriented software. On the back cover, Martin Fowler wrote:
Kent's Smalltalk style is the standard I aim to emulate in my work. This book does not just set that standard, but also explains why it is the standard. Every Smalltalk developer should have it close at hand.
While Smalltalk is no longer the dominant object-oriented development language, many of the patterns established by Smalltalk programmers have been adopted as the standard way of doing things in the mainstream object-oriented develoment languages. The patterns in this book are still very relevant even if the examples are in Smalltalk.
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