Thursday, 28 June 2007
Just finished reading the series on WinForms programming patterns by Jeremy D. Miller. Although I've been reading a lot of stuff on "how-to-do-it" recently, these posts really stand out. First, they are a big fun to read. Sometimes Jeremy explains his ideas with the help of four musketeers applying these patterns while fighting with their enemies. But even back to the coding, Jeremy's language is clear and simple. And second, and here goes my respect, he doesn't make it a dogma. He nevers says "you should do it this way coz that's the right way doing this". He says, in these situations I usually do it this way, and it helps me because of this and that. But yes, you can also do it another way if you want, but beware of this and that.