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mariak at mariakathryn.net
Fri May 1 07:07:35 CEST 2015
I am using a book, but just for myself really. I announce the pattern when
I announce the meeting. I read over the chapter, look at the wikipedia
page, and come up with some sort of intro. After my intro, we talk about
the pattern and about questions we have, and then we generally go over the
code example(s) on the wikipedia page, and try to understand what the code
does and why the pattern would be useful. We then try to come up with how
we have or could use this pattern in our own coding.
On Tue, Apr 21, 2015 at 4:06 PM, Trey Hunner <trey at treyhunner.com> wrote:
> Hi Maria,
> I'm interested in how your design pattern discussions work. Where do
> you find design patterns? Are you using a list/book or does someone
> suggest a pattern each time? Do you announce the pattern beforehand?
> On 04/20/2015 02:43 PM, Maria McKinley wrote:
> > Hi everyone,
> > I organize a group of developers at the University of Washington.
> > Developers in academia suffer from not being able to code with other
> > developers. We don't even get code reviews. So, I started this group so
> > can talk about our code, the unique issues we run into developing for
> > research, and learn from each other. The most interesting thing we have
> > been doing lately is going through design patterns. Each meeting we talk
> > about a new design pattern, and how we would implement it in different
> > languages, and how it might be useful for research/data analysis
> > So glad to hear about different meeting ideas and organizations!
> > cheers,
> > Maria
> > On Mon, Apr 20, 2015 at 2:06 PM, Albert O'Connor <amjoconn at gmail.com>
> >> Evening everyone.
> >> I am Albert O'Connor and I help organize WatPy the Waterloo Python
> group in
> >> Ontario Canada (watpy.ca).
> >> We have been working on running more teaching events and providing a
> >> way for people to access materials. For scientific Python we have
> worked on
> >> a tool to turn markdown (versioned in a repo) into iPython notebooks.
> >> Our next project is to turn markdown into an interactive website using
> >> PyPy.js.
> >> Cheer,
> >> Albert
> >> On Sun, 12 Apr 2015 at 17:02 Brian Ray <brianhray at gmail.com> wrote:
> >>> I just added a bunch of organizers to this list per Catherine's
> >>> recommendation. Also spoke with Ned. Thanks everyone for helping make
> >> this
> >>> happen.
> >>> If you get a chance, please send a quick note to introduce yourself if
> >> you
> >>> haven't already.
> >>> I'll start, I am Brian Ray, One of the (now) many organizer's for ChiPy
> >>> Chicago Python User Group. We have gotten supper organized in the last
> >>> couple years and what to share what we learned. We also want to learn
> >> from
> >>> your experiences. PyCon was very helpful. Have a super great weekend
> >>> safe travels to those leaving PyCon. This year.
> >>> Warm Regards, Brian
> >>> --
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