This year we are joining forces with other user groups around Nashville to have a combined holiday party at the Greenhouse Bar on December 5th. Details and RSVP are on EventBrite. Should be a lot of fun!
As a reminder, we will not have a lecture or lab in December. Enjoy the holidays, and hope to see you at the party!
Join us Thursday, November 15, 2012 for a great night of hands-on geek fun and learning. Free food and socializing starts at 6:00 PM, and the lab begins at 6:30 PM. Our meetings are held at 11 Lea Avenue, Nashville, TN (directions).
Exploring Design Patterns
After years of solving the same types of problems over and over, developers recognized there were common patterns that could be applied to many programming problems. Out of this grew what we call “Design Patterns.” Learning design patterns keeps us from “reinventing the wheel,” and gives us a common vocabulary to express our ideas with other developers. In this hands-on lab, we will examine the most common design patterns, and work through exercises to help us see how these patterns can be put into action. Whether you are familiar with design patterns or not, we could all benefit from learning more and sharing experiences.
Join us Thursday, November 8, 2012 for a great evening of learning and connecting with other developers. Free food and socializing starts at 6:00 PM, and the lecture begins at 6:30 PM. Our meetings are held at 11 Lea Avenue, Nashville, TN (directions).
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About Daniel Mohl
Daniel Mohl is a professional software engineer/architect whose interests include understanding the intricacies of various programming languages, enterprise application architecture, and how to bridge the gap between business and technology. He is a Microsoft MVP, C# and F# Insider, author, blogger, speaker, and event organizer. You can follow him on twitter at www.twitter.com/dmohl and view his blog at blog.danielmohl.com.