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Design Patterns for Fun and Proficiency

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About this course

We all know that building a command-line app where characters battle each other is geek-awesomeness. But what about building that app and learning the most powerful programming design patterns of all time!? We should totally do that!

Design patterns are much more than just scholarly topics: they are time-tested solutions to problems that we developers face every single day. We'll show you the best ones, by actually coding them and seeing how they help. In this tutorial, we've chosen to cover our favorite (and the most useful and common) patterns:

  • An intro to the different types of design patterns
  • The Strategy pattern
  • The Builder pattern
  • The Observer pattern
  • The PubSub pattern
  • The Decorator pattern

And... how any of these look - in the real world - inside of a Symfony app.

Finally sound super hipster when talking with other programmers ("Did you see how I used the Flyweight pattern?"). Oh, and take your Object-Oriented skills to a pro level.

Next courses in the OOP: Intermediate section of the OOP Track!

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t5810 avatar t5810 9 months ago

Hi

Well, this is what I am calling well invested money. You invest peanuts and harvest a ton of knowledge. Complex topics translated in simple, plain English. Brilliant. Hopefully you will add few more patterns in this course.

Regards.

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Hey t5810,

I'm so glad to hear you liked our content. I'll tell you a little secret, we're working on the next tutorial on design patterns, but it's still in the planning stage, so I can't say any release date but soon :)

Cheers!

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hhamon-kodero avatar hhamon-kodero 1 year ago

I watched the first episodes and so far they're all super dupper cool! Well done for this long awaited screencasts series about design patterns. It'll help lots of PHP developers :)

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Thanks for your kind words hhamon, it took us so much time to release this tutorial but the result was pretty good :)

Cheers!

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Evgeny avatar Evgeny 1 year ago

Very important course, don't drop it.

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Hey Evgeny,

Thank you for your feedback! Design patterns are really important to understand, and their understanding will help you understand better such frameworks like Symfony that are used a lot of design patterns in its code base :)

Cheers!

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Hey Evgeny,

I'm very happy to inform you that the Design Patterns tutorial it's been actively released. I hope you like it!

Cheers!

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Are looking forward to. Knowing the code is good, but knowing how to write code well and efficiently is even better!

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Is there a release date?

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Hey DesireOn,

Thanks for asking but I'm afraid there is not a release date yet, but we're getting close to it :)

Cheers!

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Default user avatar Fabien 1 year ago

Finally! I see many developers that learn/know Symfony but when it comes to the code design and architecture they are still juniors.

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The software development career is a looong journey ;)

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ionik avatar ionik 1 year ago

Subtitle french please :)

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Thanks for your interested. We're working on making our content more accessible to everyone

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Now this is an interesting development :D I can't wait :D Keep up the good work as usual <3

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It's coming soon!

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Subtitle spanish please ^^

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Hey yoelkj,

This course will be completely translated to Spanish once we start releasing it. Thanks for asking for the subtitles :)

Cheers!

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