An antipattern is a frequently used, but largely ineffective solution to a problem.
The term was originally used to refer to a pattern gone wrong. Just as a viable pattern describes the way from a problem to a valid solution, an antipattern describes the way from a problem to a poor solution. Furthermore, by adding more difficulties to the ones that originally existed, an antipattern may leave you in a worse position than before you started. Several writers have published books or papers on how to recognize and avoid adopting an antipattern, especially in developing computer programming. [1]Rouse, Margaret. “What Is Antipattern? – Definition from” TechTarget, 1 Aug. 2005. Web. 1 Oct. 2015. … Continue reading

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