We were told a design pattern is a solution of a problem in a given context.
The metaphor above focuses our thinking on a space of a given problem. But if we extended a view a little more, we would see there is one more thing: tools.
So, a design pattern is a solution of a problem in a given context with given tools usage. And tools are obviously programming languages we use. Observing programming languages evolution (as I remember a great piece of it was given here), we may arrive at the conclustion that design patterns try to solve lacks of programming languages.
From this point of view moving to a next programming language may cause a problem disappears.
So don't try to introduce patterns to solve the problem you faced with. Find a technology where the problem is gone. This is a way I understand the Polyglot Programming movement. I think it is the right direction.
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