About Patterns

B. Suresh Kamath holds a post graduate M Tech Degree in Computer Science from IIT, Madras, India and is a practicing enterprise scale designer with over three decades of design experience. Presently he is the Managing Director and a Design Trainer at Patterns Software Design Institute Pvt Ltd.

Reference architecture to implement machine learning algorithms and related technologies in enterprises

Happy to inform that the team at Patterns has prepared a reference architecture to implement machine learning algorithms and related technologies in enterprises. ML and cognitive technologies have huge potential and are bound to make inroads into IT landscapes of [...]

By | January 27th, 2017|Software Design|0 Comments

Current Database Technology Short Comings – A Designer’s Viewpoint

Database technology has seen great advances in the last 20 to 25 years. Despite these advances few basic issues still remain to be addressed. Designers need to be aware of these short comings and cover up these short comings by [...]

By | February 5th, 2015|Software Design, Whitepapers|0 Comments

Prepared Method Calls

With advent of Lambda Expressions, now Java has the capability to change method bodies dynamically. But a method name and associated parameters are tightly coupled and for every method invocation we need to pass the arguments that correspond to the [...]

By | February 5th, 2015|Software Design, Whitepapers|0 Comments
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