[Industrial Logic Title] The Design Patterns Study Group of Cape Cod
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The purpose of the Design Patterns Study Group (DPSG) of Cape Cod is to learn and come to master design patterns and pattern languages. Members of the DPSG meet once a week, in small groups to question, clarify, compare and ultimately understand patterns that are object-oriented, architectual, analytical and organizational.

At the conclusion of each meeting, our purpose shifts to eating food and/or drinking beer.

The DPSG consists of the three sub-groups, called GoF (Gang-of-Four), 4G, (4 Gangsters) and PL (Pattern Languages).

If You're Thinking of Joining...
There are no papers to sign when you join, no money to put down, etc. You may just show up and if you do so regularly, you will be added to our private mailing list. If you need to drive in, you will be pleased to know that, unlike the rest of Manhattan, there is actually free and available parking on Green Street, right outside of Space Untitled (just park after 6:00PM).

If you are fluent in at least one object-oriented language but have never studied Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software, consider joining the 4G group. If you are have finished studying the Design Patterns book and want to learn about other design patterns, consider joining the GoF group. And if you are more interested in pattern languages, technical and analysis patterns, communications and organizational patterns, consider joining the PL group.

Next Meeting Date
Visit the DPSG's three groups (GoF, 4G, and PL) to find out when they are meeting and what they are covering. Usually, all three groups meet at the same time and place.

When & Where We Meet
All groups within the NYC DPSG meet practically every Monday of every week throughout the year. Our meeting hours are from 7:00PM to 9:00PM.

Our regular meeting location is in SoHo, at a gallery/espresso bar named Space Untitled at 133 Greene street, between Houston and Prince. After the class we usually end up going out for some food and/or beer.

Send e-mail to Joshua Kerievsky.

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