Tuesday, January 02, 2007

My Talk at MSLUG

On January 17th, I'll be giving a talk about my adventures in open source Erlang at the Montreal Scheme/Lisp User Group (MSLUG) meeting. For more information, visit http://schemeway.dyndns.org/mslug.

I hear the members of this group have a strong interest in Erlang. Guillaume Germain, who wrote Termite, an implementation of Erlang style concurrency for Gambit-C Scheme, is a member, and so is Marc Feeley, the author of Gamit-C. I'm looking forward for my second opportunity to be surrounded by people who are interested in Erlang :)

This meeting is open to everyone, so if you're interested in attending, you're more than welcome.

Aside: I lived in Montreal for a year when I was 15. My last visit was about 5 years ago, so It'll be nice to visit again. It's been a while since I've had some good poutine! :)


Terje Pedersen said...

To bad its to far away for me ;) Is there going to be recording of this meeting?

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