Fwd: This month's LUV Programmers SIG meeting

Graeme Cross gcross at alphalink.com.au
Sun May 12 08:45:43 CDT 2002

At last week's PM meeting, Scott mentioned that this month's LUV Programmers 
SIG meeting was going to be a hands-on session with XP.

A number of people were interested in more information, so here is the 
preliminary announcement. If you would like more details, join the SIG 
mailing list (the SIG page URL is at the bottom of this e-mail) or contact 
Scott or myself.


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Subject: This month's Programmers SIG meeting
Date: Sun, 12 May 2002 23:23:47 +1000
From: Graeme Cross <gcross at alphalink.com.au>
To: LUV Programmers SIG <programmers-sig at luv.asn.au>

The next LUV Programmers SIG meeting is on Tuesday May 28.

The meeting will be a hands-on introduction to XP (Extreme Programming).

    Extreme Programming (XP) is one of the newer agile methodologies for
    software development and has proven to be both very popular and very
    You can find more information on XP at a number of web sites including:
    http://www.extremeprogramming.org/ and http://www.xprogramming.com/

    We are going to use XP to write an application (or two) for LUV,
    including a web-based membership database application.

    There will be more information posted to the mailing list over the next
    two weeks organising the details.

Everyone is welcome to the meeting, which is at:

    7pm, Tuesday May 28
    Level 8, Blackwood House
    14-20 Blackwood Street, North Melbourne

Blackwood Street is the first on the left on Flemington Road, near the
Royal Melbourne Hospital.

We will be going for dinner afterwards at La Porchetta near the Queen
Victoria market.

The planned talks for upcoming Programmers SIG meetings are:

    Jun 25: To be confirmed -- possibly a continuation of the XP session
    Jul 23: "Using Python to produce business documents, barcodes and
             PDF files", John Leach
    Aug 27: "Hacking GUIs with Ruby", Graeme Cross

More SIG information can be found at http://programmers.luv.asn.au/

Graeme Cross <gcross at alphalink.com.au>


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