Boston Lisp Meeting: Thursday 2012-08-30 Eli Barzilay on Hygienic Macros for Beginners & Power Users
A Boston Lisp Meeting will take place on Thursday, August 30th 2012 at 1800 at MIT 32-D463 (Star conference room). Eli Barzilay will speak about Hygienic Macros for Beginners and Power Users.
Additionally, we will have two Lightning Talks. Speakers to be announced.
|1 Eli Barzilay on Hygienic Macros for Beginners and Power Users|
Eli Barzilay will explain how you too can enjoy the power and safety of hygienic macro to build the syntactic abstractions with which to elegantly express your programs.
Eli Barzilay, who teaches and does research at NEU, is one of the maintainers of PLT Racket.
|2 Lightning Talks|
At every meeting, before the main talk, there are two slots for strictly timed 5-minute "Lightning Talks" each followed by 2 minutes for questions and answers.
The slots for next meeting are still open. Step up and come talk about your pet project! Contact me at fare at tunes.org.
|3 Time and Location|
The Lisp Meeting will take place on Thursday, August 30th 2012 at 1800 (6pm) at MIT 32-D463 (Star conference room).
The Star conference room, MIT 32-D463 on the fourth floor of the Ray and Maria Stata Center, 32 Vassar St, Cambridge MA 02139. NB: there are two sets of elevators, you want to use those on the south-western side, further away from Main St.
MIT map: http://whereis.mit.edu/?go=32
Many thanks go to Professor Gerald J. Sussman for arranging for the room, and to MIT for welcoming us.
We don't have any sponsors to offer us dinner, but we're big boys and can provide for ourselves. Before we start the conference, we'll organize a big pizza order, where those who want can chip in; after the conference is when we'll eat it.
|5 More about the Meeting|
We are resuming the Boston Lisp Meeting after a hyatus of over a year and a half.
We're always looking for more speakers. The call for speakers and all the other details are at: http://fare.livejournal.com/120393.html Volunteers to give Lightning Talks are also sought. http://fare.livejournal.com/143723.html
For more information, see our web site
Please forward this information to people you think would be interested. Please accept my apologies for your receiving this message multiple times. My apologies if this announce gets posted to a list where it shouldn't, or fails to get posted to a list where it should. Feedback welcome by private email reply to fare at tunes.org.