[Melbourne-pm] NEW VENUE! Meeting next week 14th November
crshort at gmail.com
Tue Nov 13 14:56:13 PST 2007
Oh lucky you checked! I assumed it had moved? I can't recall a pub
across the road from Ikea though, and the Terminus Hotel is closer to
the Google Map location.
Mysteries abound! :-)
On 14/11/2007, Stephen Edmonds <Stephen.Edmonds at its.monash.edu.au> wrote:
> I'm confused about where the new venue is.
> The Google link Jacinta provided indicates that it is halfway between
> North Richmond station and the Yarra. But the Melways says that 678 is
> at the Yarra, next to Victoria Gardens (the Ikea).
> This could be surprising for anyone who chose to walk from the station
> as it would be 2km instead of 600m.
> Jacinta Richardson wrote:
> > G'day everyone,
> > Next week's meeting will be at a new venue! Thanks go to Editure for hosting
> > our meetings for so many years, without their assistance we would not have been
> > successful as we are! And thanks too to REA for hosting this coming meeting.
> > Our meeting will be at:
> > 6:30pm, Wednesday 14th November 2007
> > Realestate.com.au
> > 678 Victoria Street
> > Richmond
> > You can find a map here: http://preview.tinyurl.com/355zl5 You can catch an
> > Epping or Hurstbridge train (non-express) to North Richmond and walk about 600m,
> > or catch a 109 Mont Albert tram along Victoria Street.
> > Meeting talks:
> > Not common enough optimisations - Jacinta Richardson
> > ----------------------------------------------------
> > We're all warned against premature code optimisation, and that's fair.
> > Optimising too early can make the code more complex and hard to maintain without
> > any evidence as to whether it actually makes it faster. A lot of the time it
> > really is better just to write the code and worry about optimisation when/if
> > speed becomes an issue.
> > On the other hand all programmers ought to understand the concepts behind Big-O
> > notation and algorithmic complexity. Applying these concepts to your code can
> > actually help make it both more simple and faster at the same time. It may mean
> > not going with the first solution you think of, but once you've got the concepts
> > worked out, making these simple changes to your coding style will allow you to
> > reap huge benefits.
> > If you'd like to give a talk too, please speak up! Bring along anyone who you
> > think would enjoy the meeting.
> > All the best,
> > Jacinta
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