Let’s look at some different ways you could implement the strategy pattern in C#. First, I’d like to briefly mention why we care about design patterns and where the strategy pattern fits in.
Advanced Fluent Interfaces: LINQ Case Study
In Martin Fowler’s “famous” article about fluent interfaces, he talks about how it’s beneficial (when using strongly typed languages) to have the return type of your fluent method be flexible. We’ll be looking at this advanced fluent interface technique today.
3 Benefits Of Fluent Interfaces
In my previous post I looked at a few reasons that I’ve seen given for thinking that fluent interfaces are “not all that.” I personally think that fluent interfaces can add some serious benefits to developers.
Exploring Fluent Interfaces With C# (A.k.a. Fluent Interfaces Are Not Evil)
Are fluent interfaces evil? (As some might suggest)… I don’t think so. In fact, I think they are great.
I plan on doing a few posts around this topic in the coming days/weeks (I’m pretty busy…). I wanted to start by addressing some common arguments I’ve come across.
Functional Programming With C#: Simple Use Case