While understanding the popular design patterns is not too difficult, relating them to real applications certainly is. Early on a project lifecycle, developers and architects have to decide on which design patterns to use, decisions that have a major impact on the overall project.
In his session at the Pune Java meet this month, Shridhar Deshpande would provide insights on some most commonly applicable design patterns for web based java applications.It would include introduction to design patterns, what they mean to the developers. how did they come into the picture and their impact on an application. Later some design patterns commonly applicable to web based applications would be discussed and assessed on various factors relating to the application. This session would also include inputs regarding some design patterns which could come into use in the future.
Speaker Bio :
Shridhar Deshpande is an open source advocate in general and a Java Professional. He is involved in community development exercises from the time he joined Open Source Community. He is also a consultant/Developer at Oracle Financial Services(formerly iflex Solutions). His technical interest lies in working with new upcoming languages (ExtJs, Ruby on Rails etc) but he can never get his hands off Java. He loves organizing technical meets and has been actively involved in organizing such events for the last few years.He likes to talk about and preach Java to budding developers.
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