Tal Cohen's Bookshelf: A Collection of Personal Opinions about Books

samwyse writes:
Writers vs users
''Another part is aimed for pattern writers, rather than users. Sadly, these is no clear separation between these two aspects of the book.'' This may be because there is not clear distinction in life. No one writes a pattern without having used them, in fact the act of writing a pattern is predicated upon unsuccessful attempt at use.
[54] Posted on Tuesday, 31 October 2006 at 21:55 GMT [Reply to this] [Permalink]

Tal Cohen writes in reply to samwyse:
Writers vs users
Perhaps I was imprecise. Of course every developer who (knowingly) uses patterns also creates his own patterns at times. What I've meant is that some sections of the book are aimed at those developers who also attempt to document their patterns, with the aim of publishing the result. This certainly does not include the vast majority of developers.
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