Free AntiPatterns Discussion on the Internet

AntiPatterns@cs.uiuc.edu

1.0 Short Description of the AntiPatterns@cs.uiuc.edu email list

AntiPatterns@cs.uiuc.edu concerns AntiPattern refactoring and the book AntiPatterns

Full Book Citation: W. J. Brown, R. C. Malveau, H.W. McCormick, T. J. Mowbray,

"AntiPatterns: Refactoring Software, Architectures, and Projects in Crisis,"

John Wiley & Sons, New York, 1998. (ISBN 0-471-19713-0)

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3.0 Extended Description of AntiPatterns@cs.uiuc.edu email list

AntiPatterns@cs.uiuc.edu is a software development forum for the theory and practice of AntiPattern recognition and AntiPattern refactoring. AntiPatterns is a branch of design patterns research that documents negative solutions and their resolution through refactoring. Well known AntiPatterns include: Spaghetti Code, Analysis Paralysis, and Stovepipe Systems. These and other AntiPatterns are documented in the book: W.J. Brown, H.W. McCormick, R.C. Malveau, and T.J. Mowbray, "AntiPatterns: Refactoring Software, Architectures, and Projects in Crisis, John Wiley & Sons, 1998. AntiPatterns research spans software design, software architecture, and software project issues, including both formal and informal refactoring techniques. The purpose of antipatterns@cs.uiuc.edu is to promote the general understanding of AntiPatterns and related extensions of design patterns research.

A site dedicated to AntiPatterns dissemination, evangelism and research is http://www.AntiPatterns.com

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