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?


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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randomly PMing asking for book