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Dynamic Languages, Scripting, etc. Conference in Pescadero [Bay Area] This Weekend Sept 26-28th - Ruby

SmartFriends™ U: Languages & Libraries Lots of interesting people from commercial and research communities are likely to be attending. As I understand it this will be an intimate [30-50 person] conference with lots of time for discussions, interaction, and debate amongst active users and leaders within various language communities. September 26-28th [THIS WEEKEND] It is taking place starting Friday Evening and ending Sunday Evening. Check-in looks like it begins around 3PM on Friday. -- Dave S. [Smallscript Corp] ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ S# for the AOS & .NET Platforms [email]David.SimmonsSmallscript.com[/email] [url]http://www.smallscript.org[/url] Here's the announcement: -- Too busy to keep up with advances in ...

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    Default Dynamic Languages, Scripting, etc. Conference in Pescadero [Bay Area] This Weekend Sept 26-28th

    SmartFriends™ U: Languages & Libraries

    Lots of interesting people from commercial and research communities are
    likely to be attending. As I understand it this will be an intimate [30-50
    person] conference with lots of time for discussions, interaction, and
    debate amongst active users and leaders within various language communities.

    September 26-28th [THIS WEEKEND]

    It is taking place starting Friday Evening and ending Sunday Evening.
    Check-in looks like it begins around 3PM on Friday.

    -- Dave S. [Smallscript Corp]

    ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

    S# for the AOS & .NET Platforms

    [email]David.SimmonsSmallscript.com[/email]

    [url]http://www.smallscript.org[/url]

    Here's the announcement:

    --

    Too busy to keep up with advances in languages and libraries? Wish you had
    more time to learn about Boost, Whisper, and a bit about those dynamic
    languages you hear about? Join us to hear from leading practitioners and
    computer scientists, and enjoy some face-to-face time with other insatiably
    curious people.

    Details and registration: [url]http://SmartFriends.com/U[/url]

    What: Expert speakers, fireside chats, and domain expert guides providing
    lab-style walk-throughs. An affable gathering of knowledgeable attendees, as
    well, sharing ideas and insights on language and library topics.

    Who: Alex Stepanov, keynote, author of STL

    Sean Parent

    Chris Page

    Paul Snively

    Lisa Lippincott

    Wolf Rentzsch

    Mac Murrett

    When: September 26-28, Friday evening through Sunday afternoon.

    Check-in starts at 3pm, dinner at 6:30pm

    Where: In the redwoods of the San Francisco peninsula coast-side, near
    Pescadero (between Santa Cruz and Half Moon Bay).

    Cost: $475. This covers everything, including meals and a double-occupancy
    hotel room. For a bit less, $425, you can enjoy the familiar, rustic
    ambience of a camp-style cabin.

    Enter "SFU237" in the Comments field to get the price listed above.

    Please feel free to pass this along and to tell friends and coworkers about
    it (no need to be on the list to attend).

    Details and registration: [url]http://SmartFriends.com/U[/url]





    David Simmons Guest

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    Default Re: Dynamic Languages, Scripting, etc. Conference in Pescadero [Bay Area] This Weekend Sept 26-28th

    On Tue, Sep 23, 2003 at 08:32:12AM +0900, David Simmons wrote:
    > Too busy to keep up with advances in languages and libraries? Wish you had
    > more time to learn about Boost, Whisper, and a bit about those dynamic
    > languages you hear about? Join us to hear from leading practitioners and
    > computer scientists, and enjoy some face-to-face time with other insatiably
    > curious people.
    I've never heard of the Boost language. Where can I find more
    information on it?

    (or are you referring to the Boost C++ library?)

    Paul


    Paul Brannan Guest

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