Web 2.0 Patterns Wiki

Last week a group comprising Felix Nyffenegger, Judith Bishop, Duane Nickull, Marco Brambilla, Marco Egli, Michael Mahemoff, Patrice Pelland, Petri Selonen, Steve Burns, Wolf Logan, and Wei Wei joined me and Joe Yoder at the Web 2.0 pattern mining workshop at ETH Zuerich. Several clusters emerged around the workshop’s presentations. For example, Patrice and Wolf’s…


Web 2.0 Pattern Mining Workshop

Monday June 30 we’re kicking off the Web 2.0 Pattern Mining Workshop at the TOOLS Europe conference, in Zurich, Switzerland. The submitted proposals focus on gadgets/widgets, gadget platforms, site navigation, and services. So far the confirmed participants include (some of the) people behind: WikiMindMap AJAX Design Patterns Web 2.0 Patterns The workshop spans over 2…


Web 2.0 Patterns

During the last decade software patterns emerged as one of the most successful forms of reuse. The Gang of Four 23 Design Patterns, the POSA Architecture Patterns, Fowler’s Enterprise Application Patterns, or the xUnit Test Patterns (to name just a few) changed in a fundamental way the way we craft software. If you are involved…

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EuroPLoP 2008 Call for Participations

Via my fellow Hillsiders from Europe, here’s the Final Call for Papers for EuroPLoP 2008. As I mentioned in another post, many pattern authors have at least one PLoP conference under their belt.                              EuroPLoP 2008                     13th European Conference on                    Pattern Languages of Programs                           July 9-13, 2008                  Irsee Monastery, Bavaria, Germany                  http://www.hillside.net/europlop/                        Final Call For Papers ********************************************************************                          …

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Guidance on Model-View-… Variants

Rcently I’ve been part of several conversations on the differences between Model-View-Controller and Model-View-Presenter. While reviewing the original articles (i.e., Krasner + Pope and Potel) which I read years ago I ran into many different, and sometimes incomplete or even incorrect interpretations and renditions. Following this experience I bet that MVC and MVP are the most misunderstood popular patterns. Answers to questions such…

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PLoP 2007 Call for Participation

Here’s the announcement from my fellow Hillsider (and long time friend) Joe Yoder. Anybody who’s serious about writing, reviewing and refining patterns should have at least one PLoP under their belt.   *********************************************************************                        CALL FOR PARTICIPATION (final)    14th Conference on Pattern Languages of…

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