Re: Design Patterns

Lew <>
Mon, 4 Feb 2013 12:38:52 -0800 (PST)
Stefan Ram wrote:

Joerg Meier writes:

While we are talking about design patterns, you should be aware that a lo=


of people now consider Singletons an antipattern. Your usage of them
certainly sounds like the justly despised "global variable" replacement
many people abuse them for. Might be a good idea to reconsider that desig=


  Pattern or anti-pattern, I never encountered a situation where I felt a
  need for =BBsingletons=AB. Maybe this is related to being in Java, wher=

e we

  have static clas^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^H^Hclasses with static methods and
  fields. After all, we would not frown upon things our expert language
  inventors came up with - static public variables like java.lang.System.=


  (=BBglobals=AB), which is used in every Java class, often even within t=


  first =BBHello World=AB program.

Right, and we all know that Java devot=E9s are pure fanboys who never bitch=
 and moan
about the language's imperfections or how it should have been done, and sim=
ply take
everything given them as emanating from the forehead of the gods, Perls of =
wisdom all.

It rivals COBOL that way.


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