- Course type
- Paid course
- 11 lessons
- Available on completion
- Course author
- Frank Anemaet
- OOP Design Patterns with Python
- Deeper understanding of Object Oriented Programming
Design patterns provide a vocabulary to discuss problems and solutions with a common context. They are used in Object Orientated Programs. They’re the recipe or instructions, and once you’ve read them, you’ll be able to more easily follow any piece of code that uses them.
Many software developers first encounter design patterns when they study computer science in college or at university. This typically happens in the second year, after students learn about object-oriented programming and related topics such as inheritance, encapsulation, and polymorphism.
This is a good time to start learning about patterns because it will help you to get more out of the rest of your coursework.
However, not all professional developers learn about design patterns in their formal education. Some don't have the opportunity to learn about patterns at all. The experience of many developers is that design patterns emerge from on-the-job training and experience with projects of increasing size and complexity.
In this course we explain Object Orientated Design Patterns with Python through examples. It includes the factory method, command pattern and many others. All Python source code is included in the course so you can study at your own pace, the videos explain them in more details.