Essential Object Oriented Design in Ruby

This book covers the basic Object Oriented Design concepts using Ruby programming language. The goal is to provide a solid foundation to build upon. This book distills my Object Oriented Design knowledge into a concise and easy-to-read format. Repetition is key to learning Ruby. We will visit the concepts from different angles. You will get the most benefit out of the book if you work through every example as you read through the book. This book uses Ruby 2.3.0.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Introduction
Chapter 2. Basics of Abstraction
Chapter 3. Single Purpose Principle
Chapter 4. Stepwise Refinement
Chapter 5. Dependency Inversion Principle
Chapter 6. Basic Three Rules of Design
Chapter 7. The Art of Uniform Interface
Chapter 8. Localized Change vs Additive Change
Chapter 9. Coupling Basics : Dependency Direction
Chapter 10. Concrete Class vs Abstract Messages
Chapter 11. Flexible Design
Chapter 12. Open Closed Principle

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