Chapter 4: Watch What’s Going On with the Observer and Chain of Responsibility Patterns.
Chapter 5: From One to Many: The Singleton and Flyweight Patterns. Chapter 6: Fitting Round Pegs into Square Holes with the Adapter and Facade Patterns.
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It’s not my blanket, and I This season of life has been C-R-A-Z-Y in our home.
Besides the daily chaos of raising two toddler boys (one “Terrible Two” and one “Threenager”), we’ve been juggling my husband’s two jobs as well as Seminary classes (he took his heaviest load, 10 credits, this semester).
It’s so nice to have my husband around in the evenings, instead of holed up at the campus library until midnight or later buried in homework.
There was, however, at least one good thing that came out of me having all those evenings alone after the little ones went to bed; I discovered a BBC show called “Call the Midwife”! DC SC into second space.) Repeat () all the way around the blanket (I added an extra DC when working in the corners).
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Chapter 2: Putting Plans into Action with the Strategy Pattern.