**Important Dates**

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April 12-13
Pattern Mining
May 25
Future of Education
July 27
Teaching with Patterns
August 26
Cloud Architecture Pattern Exploration
September 9
Humane in Patterns Through Drama
September 19-20
Dialogue Workshop
September 30
Fearless Change Campfire
October 17
PLoP Opening Day
October 24
PLoP Conference Day
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REGISTRATION

Everyone who plans to attend PLoP must register. This year the registrition has no cost.

To register for PLoPourri events select the event on the PLoPourri page.

PLoP online registration is now open and will be available till October 15th, 2022.

October 17th: PLoP Opening Day, 12h00-14h00 EDT (EDT is GMT-4)
  • 12h00-12h30 Introduction, Games, Overview of Schedule
  • 12h30-13h00 Writers workshop simulation
  • 13h00-14h00 Discussion: Are design patterns becoming obsolete?

October 18th to 21st: Writers Workshops Days (hours to be defined)

October 24th: PLoP Conference Day, 12h00-15h30 EDT (EDT is GMT-4)
  • 12h00-12h15 Introduction and Games
  • 12h15-12h30 PLoP / SugarLoafPLoP Awards
  • 12h30-13h00 PLoPourri Overviews - Outcomes / What we learned
  • 13h00-14h00 Computing with Christopher Alexander, by Greg Bryant (description below)
  • 14h00-15h00 Hillside Meeting
  • 15h00 Happy Hour (grab your drink and join!)

Computing with Christopher Alexander

For a decade, I worked with Chris Alexander on real-world projects, built software, wrote proposals, concocted web strategies, and made some discoveries. I studied his approach to work, and the surprisingly consistent criteria he applied, with great diligence, in his pursuit of quality. His process still seems fresh, radical, and necessary for the world to understand -- so I’d like to share my experience.

Greg Bryant is a community organizer ... who's been programming for the last 48 years. In the 1980s he was a language designer and unix consultant. In the ‘90s he built navigation systems, open source web services, and mobile apps. He guides the Beautiful Software seminar at Building Beauty, and runs experiments at https://www.urbanology.com.

Please feel free to send any additional questions or comments to the chairs.