Head First Design Patterns using Go — Introduction

Head First Design Patterns using Go — Introduction

Head First Design Patterns using Go — Introduction. This series of articles will run you by the design patterns the way it is explained in the Head First Design Patterns book using Go as the coding language. Design principles on with patterns are based.

A descriptive series on the design patterns based on the O’Reily book of the same name adapted to Go from Java.

Table of Contents

0.Introduction

  1. Welcome to Design Patterns: the Strategy Pattern
  2. Keeping your Objects in the know: the Observer Pattern
  3. Decorating Objects: the Decorator Pattern
  4. Baking with OO goodness: the Factory Pattern
  5. Encapsulating Invocation: the Command Pattern
  6. Being Adaptive: the Adapter and Facade Patterns
  7. Encapsulating Algorithms: the Template Method Pattern
  8. Well-managed Collections: the Iterator and Composite Patterns
  9. The State of Things: the State Pattern
  10. Controlling Object Access: the Proxy Pattern
  11. Patterns of Patterns: Compound Patterns

This series of articles will run you by the design patterns the way it is explained in the Head First Design Patterns book using Go as the coding language.

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