Adopting Software Design Patterns in an IT Organization: An Enterprise Approach to Add Operational Efficiencies and Strategic Benefits
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Software design patterns are recognized as a valuable part of good engineering practices (Buschmann, 2005). Literature published between 1995 and 2011 is examined in order to provide IT professionals with definitions, classifications, and benefits of software design patterns. Design patterns capture experience and provide multiple perspectives on design problems. They support improved communication, flexibility and extensibility, and collaborative and mentoring opportunities. Adoption and implementation are required enterprise wide to realize benefits and efficiencies.
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