[Baypiggies] The (lack of) design patterns in Python

Tony Cappellini cappy2112 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 4 18:38:54 CEST 2009

Alex- is Joe local to the Bay Area?

> Indeed, as another deep lover of design patterns, I was thinking a
> debate format would be much more appropriate than a lecture format,
> for presenting such a controversial thesis -- maybe 5 minutes to each
> side for an initial exposition, then alternate
> question-answer-antianswer-rebuttal with a moderator (audience would
> submit questions and vote for them in advance e.g. via google
> moderator, a human moderator would exercise editorial judgment to
> pick, sequence and address an actual set of 6 questions or so,
> possibly adding some of their own if the dory doesn't offer enough,
> with about 10 carefully-timed minutes devoted in all to each question)
> and finally a little freeform Q&A from the live audience at the end.
> I volunteer to take the pro-patterns side if we do set things up that way.
> Alex
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