JSFoo 2017

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Sumit Jolly


JavaScript Design Patterns

Submitted May 29, 2017

What is a pattern?
Design patterns are reusable solutions to commonly occurring problems in software design.

Why we need a design pattern in JavaScript?
“A design that doesn’t take change into account risks major redesign in the future.” - Erich Gamma

Hence, to avoid risks in future it’s essential to design our app by adopting Design Patterns. Design patterns are popular among backend developer community. Hence as JavaScript developers we shall leverage design patterns effectively.

Some case studies of design patterns
Will talk about commonly used patterns like Singleton, Constructor, Factory pattern.


Make your programming life easy. Design Patterns give a software developer an array of tried and tested solutions to common problems, thus reducing the technical risk to the project by not having to employ a new and untested design. This talk is intended to help you adopting design patterns in JavaScript programming language.

Speaker bio

I am Microsoft MVP and speak at many Meetups and conferences regularly:

Please refer my profile at https://mvp.microsoft.com/en-us/PublicProfile/5001992?fullName=Sumit Jolly

Please refer few links of conferences where I spoke recently:

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/events/global-azure-bootcamp-2017 [Global Azure Bootcamp 2017, Topic: Running Docker Containers in the Azure]

http://conference.c-sharpcorner.com/ [Topic: Getting Started with ReactJS, April 2017]

http://bit.ly/2n9mTk7 [ IEEE in collaboration with Microsoft at New Delhi, 2017]

http://www.techbhubaneswar.com/ [Topic: Orissa, India, 2016]

http://www.c-sharpcorner.com/events/learn-iot-azure-and-c-sharp-70 [Topic: Azure Functions - Serverless Architecture, Noida, 2017]




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