[Wellington-pm] Unenterprisey Languages session Saturday
perlmonger at pck.co.nz
Tue Jun 6 19:04:21 PDT 2006
Geoff Cant from Catalyst is organising a meeting this Saturday as below,
covering Common Lisp, Io, and Erlang.
The talk on Erlang is particularly recommended for those seeking high
availability and deterministic behaviour on the cheap. And Geoff is an
enthusiastic and capable speaker :)
RSVP to him as below please.
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Subject: YMS: Unenterprisey Languages
Date: Wed, 7 Jun 2006 12:49:21 +1200
From: Geoff Cant <geoff at catalyst.net.nz>
To: Everyone Catalyst <everyone at catalyst.net.nz>
Hi all, I'm hosting an Unenterprisey Languages meeting this Saturday
(10th June) here at Catalyst (L2 boardroom to be precise).
The blurb I've been spam^H^H^Hending to everyone runs:
Speakers so far include:
* Robert Strandh
will probably be talking about Common Lisp and the G# score editor
* Jonathan Wright who will be talking about the Io programming
* Chris Double who will be talking about something interesting
* I will be talking about Erlang (http://erlang.org) and maybe Sisc
scheme (http://sisc.sourceforge.net/) if there's time
If you're interested in wierd and wonderful languages that aren't
quite up with the play on SOA, have a limited amount of middleware
written in them and generally have far less XML than the competition
you may want to come along.
The talks will start at 4pm at Catalyst (Level 2, Eagle Technologies
House, 150-154 Willis St. Wellington) and we'll head out to dinner at
Please RSVP to me, <nem @ spam.mx.lisp.geek.nz>, if you would like to
attend. If you've got a neat hack in an interesting language you'd
like to talk about, we'll be sure to find you a speaking slot.
 The location for dinner is yet to be decided, suggestions welcome
 There may be free beer, especially for speakers :)
(YMS = Yet More Spam)
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