Thursdays,is the first part of the week over,or the second half of the week beginning?
Anyway,optimist or pessmist.Here i bring you my first english book-review.As im not much of a hand at writting comments,especially in english.If you think it's totally dumb,it is.Cuz in most cases where im writting something in english,the readers will suffer.
LOL Well.Here we go.
For the past few weeks, i started by reading ,reading,and READING this book and finally finished,the greater part,XD,more or less.However,it never ceases to amaze me. Apparently i owe Will and the other author a "whoa!" with my open mouth,while what the book i have read about the design patterns is nothing else but the <head first design patterns> which is all in Java.As you know,there are many differences between Java and AS3.I've never known codes of as3 could be written in such ways in terms of design patterns. And thanks A TON to the authors, they make themselves very clear to take us to get through the tough time in studying the dull and boring design patterns with their particular cold jokes and examples. While you are walking across the whole book,you'd think its just like a massage and a hot bath!
This book goes over the materials on 12 design patterns and consists of three or four primary sections. With those structured and clear approaches,it drives us to clarify understanding the purpose of the design patterns and how to use them.I love the examples in this book very much,such as the spaceship shooting game(factory method pattern),the snake(composition pattern) and bla bla bla.Its not the case i havent made a game project.While you are immseging yourself in coding for something with many unanswered questions,you even have no ideas with what you're doing,just coding,coding and CODING,thats like what the others say digital pimp works hard.Untill one day you find the neverland of design patterns and you find the art of coding.Good code is just like a good song in your brain.
Okay,say more with less,this book is really something and worth reading.While finished,you would be very grateful to have such a nice chat with the authors-William Sanders & Chandima Cumaranatunge,of course there is still a lame reader who wrote a piece of shit you could thank to,aha.Just saying "hey you nitwit" that would be very appreciated.