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Hello Geeks;
In the eve of new year i have some fresh topics for you. I heard that web is full of real life oop design samples and comprehensive object oriented design guides. Which sites would you offer or which tutorial sequence should i follow ???

PS. Of course other than Oracle pages.
PS. In any level.

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I've just checked, backwards design patterns interesting.. but unfortunatly not in my focus directly since isn't it covers lots of design patterns? Even so, thanx.

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I had a quick Google, and was struck by how most links were just to stuff about inheritence, polymorphism etc. For me the OO design process is about use cases, domain models, class diagrams, sequence diagrams, code. In that order (but iteratively, of course).

I haven't listened to all of it, but this set of videos seems pretty close to what I think of as good OO design practice.

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