SingleSprout Speaker Series: Design Patterns by Adam Blackwell


Adam’s Tech Talk focuses on Design Patterns. He gives an overview on the history of Design Patterns, goes over some analogies, real-world implementations and code examples.

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GitHub: https://github.com/atb2119

Codesmith helps residents develop engineering best practices, analytical problem-solving abilities, and strong technical communication skills. Tech talks allow Codesmith residents to deep dive into a technology outside of the Codesmith curriculum. Topics have included: AR/VR, Game Theory, React Native/Mobile Development, new React Lifecycle Methods, bit-flipping, Service Workers, and GraphQL. Learn more about Codesmith at https://codesmith.io/

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