Pluralsight Design Patterns 24
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This course is part of a 3 part series covering design patterns using Java. This part covers the behavioral design patterns, Chain of Responsibility, Command, Interpreter, Iterator, Mediator, Memento, Observer, State, Strategy, Template, and Visitor as defined by the Gang of Four. We look at examples in the Java API and code examples of each pattern.
If you're a developer or architect, you need to know how to recognize and apply design patterns in your work. This course will teach you about structural design patterns in modern C++, including the Adapter, Bridge, Composite and Decorator patterns.
The correct application and recognition of design patterns is an important skill for developers and architects. This course, Design Patterns in C++: Structural - Adapter to Decorator (part of a multi-series course on C++ patterns), introduces you to Structural design patterns. First you'll cover the Adapter and Bridge patterns, moving on to the Composite and Decorator design patterns. You'll also be shown different ways in which these patterns can be implemented in modern C++ (C++ 11 and beyond). Software required: a C++ IDE (e.g., Visual Studio, CLion) or a text editor (e.g., VIM, EMACS) together with a C++ compiler (e.g., GCC, Clang).
The second module calls out cloud-native patterns around application architecture, application deployment, application infrastructure, and teams. The third and final module explains the technologies that help you realize those cloud-native patterns.
David Starr has worked in technology leadership positions for over 20 years. He specializes in agile software development practices, patterns and practices, and judicious application of various technologies within development teams. He works to improve the profession of software development as an author, trainer, and Azure architect.He is a 5 time Microsoft MVP in Visual Studio and a technical instructor with Pluralsight where he focuses on the software development practices and developer tool... moreing curricula. David blogs at ElegantCode.com, is a frequent contributor at conferences and a frequent writer. He has successfully led many product development teams and is a technical learning professional.David lives in Seattle, Washington with his wife and four children, where he spends time being a dad and creating software.
Are you finding that creating instances of your complex objects clutteryour code? In this course, you will learn how to leverage the Factory andAbstract Factory patterns to reduce the noise and make your code easier to maintain and navigate.
If you are finding that creating instances of your complex objects over andover again is cluttering up the code, this is the perfect course for you. Inthis course, C# 8 Design Patterns: Factory and Abstract Factory, you will gainfoundational knowledge of the patterns.First, you will learn how to identify situations where the factory patternsare applicable.Next, you will look at a difficult to navigate codebase, and see how you caneasily refactor this by leveraging the patterns to make it easier to reusecode, maintain, and navigate the codebase.Finally, you will discover how to introduce the abstract factory for morecomplex situations. When you are finished with this course, you will have theskills and knowledge of the factory and abstract factory patterns needed to apply this in new or existing solutions.
Filip is an enthusiastic developer that strives to learn something new every day. With over a decade of experience in .NET, Filip actively spreads his knowledge and ideas around the globe, be it speaking at conferences or online. Filip has worked in a range of different technologies such as WPF, Win Forms, ASP.NET, ASP.NET Core, and Xamarin. In 2012, Filip published the book C# Smorgasbord, covering a vast variety of different technologies and patterns using C#, and right after Filip was introdu... moreced as an author at Pluralsight. The year after, he was awarded the Microsoft MVP award, and has since retained it.
Microservices architecture theory promotes flexible and competitive software. Microservices Architectural Design Patterns Playbook, is a practical course which shows you how to achieve real-world microservices architecture using suitable patterns and practices. In this course, you will first learn design patterns and practices that will help implement a successful microservices architecture. Next, you will learn about how to reap the benefits of an architecture. Finally, you will learn how to apply the approach using these tools and techniques. By the end of this course, you'll be able to effectively design your microservices architecture.
Learn how to integrate complex systems using Spring Integration by building a firm foundation in message design patterns and understanding how to implement the different types of messages and channels available in Spring Integration.
Effectively integrating complex systems is a difficult task, but fortunately Spring Integration implements design patterns and best practices to help you do so. In this course, Spring Integration: Message System Design Patterns, you will learn foundational knowledge to select the best messaging design patterns and choose the most appropriate channel strategies for your business cases. First, you will learn about the message construction design patterns and when to use them. Next, you will discover the various messaging channels that Spring Integration provides and how to implement them in your applications. Finally, you will explore how to handle errors, both for simple synchronous messaging use cases as well as more complex asynchronous messaging use cases. When you are finished with this course, you will have the skills and knowledge to adopt the best messaging design patterns and channels for all of your business needs.
Having a deeper understanding of structural design patterns in Swift 5 will help you as you move forward to becoming a better software developer.In this course, Structural Design Patterns in Swift 5, you'll delve into the structural design patterns and the way they are implemented using Swift 5.First, you'll explore the Adapter design pattern that allows you to integrate incompatible components without changing your application's code.Then, you'll learn about the Bridge, which can be used to develop platform-independent frameworks or applications.You'll also discover the Composite pattern. The Composite does a great job when you need to work with related objects that can be organized in a tree structure.Next, you'll see all about the Decorator design pattern, which adds new responsibilities to an object dynamically.Then, you'll learn about the Facade, a straightforward and handy pattern that simplifies the usage of cumbersome APIs.You'll have a look at the Flyweight pattern which can help to reduce the memory usage and the creation costs of objects.Finally, a discussion on the Proxy design pattern, which has many uses, but its core purpose is to provide controlled access to objects.After completing this course, you'll be able to choose the right structural design pattern and implement it in an efficient way using Apple's Swift 5 programming language.
No matter how good or experienced a programmer is, they will run across issues when programming. As a number of problems arise in code, you may see some commonalities, and when you try to address them, you may detect certain patterns. The term "Design pattern" comes into play here. Design patterns, in basic words, are tried-and-true solutions to common programming problems. For instance, creational design patterns address object creation issues.
The tutors are extremely competent and have previously worked for Google and investment institutions. They recognize that design patterns are not intrinsically simple at first appearance, and they go to great lengths to break them down in a way that is understandable.
This course covers OOP design concepts as well as design patterns, just like the other two.In a nutshell, this is an excellent course for learning Java design patterns and mastering all 24 of them in order to build better code.
Through recorded lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on labs, you will explore and deploy GCP networking technologies, such as the interconnection among networks, common network design patterns and the automated deployment of networks using Deployment Manager.
Welcome to Networking in GCP:Hybrid Connectivity and Network Management. The lecture you just watched focused on two Networking courses. Both courses provide you with a broad study of networking options on Google Cloud Platform and they are part of the Networking in Google Cloud Platform bundle - Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals:Core Infrastructure, Networking in GCP:Defining and Implementing Networks, and Networking in GCP:Hybrid Connectivity and Network Management (this course). This course builds on the Networking in GCP:Defining and Implementing Networks course and enhances your study of networking options on Google Cloud Platform. Through recorded lectures, demonstrations, and hands-on labs, you will explore and deploy GCP networking technologies, such as the interconnection among networks, common network design patterns and the automated deployment of networks using Deployment Manager. The course also covers networking pricing and billing to help you optimize your network spend and monitoring and logging features that can help you troubleshoot your GCP network infrastructure. Here are the modules of the course - Hybrid Connectivity, Networking Pricing and Billing, Network Design and Deployment, and Network Monitoring and Troubleshooting. Pre-requisites To get the most out of this course, participants should have - completed Google Cloud Platform Fundamentals:Core Infrastructure or have equivalent experience, completed Networking in GCP:Defining and Implementing Networks, prior understanding of the OSI 7-layer model, prior understanding of IPv4 addressing, and prior experience with managing IPv4 routes. Enjoy this course! 2b1af7f3a8