Greenshot is an application for Windows that makes it easy to take screenshots of any application. It is a tiny application and comes with cool features like inbuilt image editor. The Image editor included is not full blown app, but it is enough to annotate the screenshot before sharing it with others.
The good thing about the application is it sits in the system tray, and you can invoke with a key stroke, and taking screenshot is a snap.
Greenshot, a free and open source application can be downloaded at http://getgreenshot.org/downloads/
When not to use Design Patterns?Do not use design patterns in any of the following situations.• When the software being designed would not change with time.• When the requirements of the source code of the application are unique.If any of the above applies in the current software design, there is no need to apply design patterns in the current design and increase unnecessary complexity in the design.When to use Design Patterns?Design Patterns are particularly useful in one of the following scenarios.• When the software application would change in due course of time.• When the application contains source code that involves object creation and event notification.Benefits of Design Patterns:The following are some of the major advantages of using Design Patterns in software development.• Flexibility• Adaptability to change• ReusabilityWhat are Design Patterns?A Design Pattern essentially consists of a problem in a software design and a solution to the same. In Design Patterns each pattern…