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Wrapping Up1:04 with Craig Dennis
Thanks for hanging out! Let us know how you liked this style of workshop!
I'm glad we got the chance to get hands on experience with this powerful pattern.
You will see it in use all over the place, especially now that you've seen it,
both in its Java standard form and its looser interpretations of the same idea.
I hope that seeing these different approaches helped drive home the fact
that these patterns are in fact suggestions, much like a recipe.
There's a defined, drawn out approach.
However, there are many different ways of
implementing patterns to achieve the same goal.
And that goal is to help provide the loose coupling that we saw.
That loose coupling is the lack of knowledge between the observers
themselves, and the object that is being observed, the subject or the observable.
I hope you felt how extensible your code got by employing this pattern and
are starting to see your spidey sense tingle when it should be used.
I'm very interested in your feedback on what you thought of this approach to
If you'd like to see more like this,
I will be observing the reviews on these videos.
Please check the teacher's notes on how to request more specific patterns and
how to make your voice heard on what you and
your fellow students would like to see us cover.
Until next time, thanks so much for hanging out, and we'll see you real soon.
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