Message from C, C++ talks

June 2019

— That's basically nothing...

— Given that it was a kernel that does nothing, its also kinda useless

— 😂

— But honestly, where the fuck would you need design patterns?

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Because the introduction of design patterns potentially increase the maintainability of software projects over their lifetime. Given that maintenance cost will be around 75% of TCO the decrease in developer velocity might not be even visible, at least from a financial point of view.

— In big commercial application with a lot of different developers

— Yes please

— "design patterns work because they work"

— Thanks =D

— Drazzy When was the last time YOU used a design pattern?

— Does it matter?

— It's his "source of truth" - so apparently it does for him

— Drazzy is the biggest OOP user on the planet!

— He has written 50.000 Classes in his entire career

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