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10 thoughts on “Smalltalk Best Practice Patterns

  1. says:

    Another timeless classic and a great introduction to OO design in any language SmallTalk is easy enough to read and understand Fascinating to see how many original ideas from this book have surfaced many times over in Kent s later works.


  2. says:

    The best introductory OOP book I ve read Lucid insights into low level object design decisions that transcend language.


  3. says:

    Very well written, with insights and anecdotes relevant to programming and software development in general, not only Smalltalk.Lack of familiarity with Smalltalk likely meant I missed parts of, or misinterpreted some patterns Generated thoughts on how different languages might have different consi...


  4. says:

    Still relevant for developers a must read Was not the easiest read, also because I never programmed in smalltalk But this book is full of very insightful tips to organize your code It really made me think


  5. says:

    Hands down the best book I know on the nitty gritty of writing object oriented code I learned so much from this about how to take advantage of dynamic languages like Perl and Ruby as well as Smalltalk.It s also one of the very few d...


  6. says:

    I read this because it s one of DHH s top five programming books Overall, it s full of truly great patterns how to name a method, how to name a variable, etc , but the Smalltalk examples were a real challenge to wade through because t...


  7. says:

    This book is a good look into where some of the names and constructs in Objective C and Ruby come from.Some of the patterns and recommendations are strictly a result of the idiosyncrasies of Smalltalk and working within the average Smalltalk browser.Oddly most enlightening...


  8. says:

    4.5 5 Not many people use Smalltalk, but this is a pretty great read for Ruby and Objective C, as both languages inherit much of Smalltalk s base concepts A lot of the patterns are obvious some in general, some in hindsight , but it s nice to have them actually explained and put down into words.


  9. says:

    This is a programming book written in 1997 It has a few ideas that are sound, but those ideas have been coined named and explained with better details since then If you are looking to up your level as a programmer I recommend Clean Code or Refactoring over this book.


  10. says:

    i want to look the reference about the question and the method firstthe language is out of date,i have to try learn the smalltalk,but after i read smalltalk introduce,i still not understand the book code well,so i give up read it.