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Are design patterns all they're reported to be, or even close?

I came across this recently on Dominus's site: "Design Patterns" Aren't

It was one of his Lightning Talks at YAPC::NA 2002.

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John.


In reply to Re: Are design patterns worth it? by jmcnamara
in thread Are design patterns worth it? by FoxtrotUniform

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