Table of contents for Head First design patterns / Eric Freeman, Elisabeth Freeman [Robson], with Kathy Sierra and Burt Bates.

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Praise for Head First Design PatternsMore Praise for Head First Design PatternsPraise for the Head First approachAuthors/Developers of Head First Design PatternsCreators of the Head First series (and co-conspirators on this book)How to Use This Book: IntroChapter 1: Intro to Design Patterns: Welcome to Design PatternsChapter 2: The Observer Pattern: Keeping your Objects in the knowChapter 3: The Decorator Pattern: Decorating ObjectsChapter 4: The Factory Pattern: Baking with OO GoodnessChapter 5: The Singleton Pattern: One of a Kind ObjectsChapter 6: The Command Pattern: Encapsulating InvocationChapter 7: The Adapter and Facade Patterns: Being AdaptiveChapter 8: The Template Method Pattern: Encapsulating AlgorithmsChapter 9: The Iterator and Composite Patterns: Well-Managed CollectionsChapter 10: The State Pattern: The State of ThingsChapter 11: The Proxy Pattern: Controlling Object AccessChapter 12: Compound Patterns: Patterns of PatternsChapter 13: Better Living with Patterns: Patterns in the Real WorldAppendix: Leftover PatternsMighty GumballColophon

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Computer software -- Development.
Java (Computer program language)