[Chicago-talk] Chicago.pm March Downtown Meeting

Nola Stowe mrnicksgirl at gmail.com
Mon Feb 26 19:16:12 PST 2007

haskell sounds fun

I'd also like to learn enough emacs to survive on a desert island
where that was my only editor, if I were ever put in such a position.

On 2/26/07, Joshua McAdams <joshua.mcadams at gmail.com> wrote:
> > That would be interesting (emacs wins :D).  I had in mind a brief introduction
> > to Haskell, since it's a very compelling language to learn (whereas Python
> > and Ruby are pretty much Perl with some minor syntactic differences).
> > Learning Haskell will change the way you think about programming, which is
> > always a good thing.  Did I mention it's 100x faster than Perl on average? :)
> >
> > Another possible topic is web testing (prompted by the next question on the
> > list).
> I'm open for any of those... any preferences from the list?
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