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[Design Patterns] Introduction/Abstract Factory
In software engineering, creational design patterns are design patterns that deal with object creation mechanisms, trying to create objects in a manner suitable to the situation. The basic form of object creation could result in design problems or in added complexity to the design. Where: Flow-Cal Training Room #502 Flow-Cal Headquarters 2525 Bay Area Blvd #500, Houston, TX 77058 Parking Directions: Park on top of the parking garage behind 2525 Bay Area Blvd. Pluralsight Course https://app.pluralsight.com/library/courses/patterns-library/ The Pluralsight design patterns library contains descriptions and examples of software design patterns that you can apply in your daily development. These patterns are time-proven techniques for building long-lived, well-factored software that are widely used in software development today. What Will Be Covered In This Session? * Introduction * Abstract Factory Level: Intermediate Prerequisite Knowledge: Some C-like language programming experience. If you would like to sponsor food for future events please contact [masked].

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What we're about

The Clear Lake Pluralsight Study Group provides a group learning environment for software developers with a wide range of experience levels utilizing Pluralsight's vast library of training. We are supported by Pluralsight in our efforts and our meeting space is being generously provided by University of Houston Clear Lake.

You can also collaborate with us at GitHub (https://github.com/hclug). Pull requests welcome!

We meet in the UHCL Delta building every other Wednesday from 11:30am to 1:00pm. The general format is to spend approximately 45 to 60 minutes watching a Pluralsight training video mixed with 30 to 45 minutes of discussion and coding together. The content and coding is presented via a projector, so you are not required to bring your own device. However, you may bring a laptop, tablet, netbook, etc if you would like.

Each Pluralsight course we choose to watch will get broken down into approximately 45 to 60 minute segments. We will then post all of those weekly sessions on this meet-up site. Members can sign up for as many sessions as they can attend. This way, if there are sessions that members cannot attend, the content we will cover is outlined on the meet up site so members can watch them using their Pluralsight account at their own leisure. Our meetings attendance list is limited by the size of the room we are given. So, members are encouraged to sign up for as many meetings as they can attend in order to ensure seating availability.

We hope you join us and find it to be an enjoyable and educational experience.

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