A Boston Lisp Meeting will take place on Monday, August 31st 2009 at 1800 at MIT 34-401B, where Emmanuel Schanzer will speak about Teaching Mathematics and Problem-Solving through Programming.
Additionally, we will have two 5-minute Lightning Talks, each followed by 2-minute Q&A: Gregory Marton will talk about Teaching Linguistics through Programming and Alex Plotnick will talk about Gabriel's Gimmick, an odd little idiom for (mis)using the sequence functions.
Also, there will be a buffet offered by ITA Software. Registration is not necessary but appreciated. See details below.( Collapse )
The Lisp Meeting will take place on Monday August 31st 2009 at 1800 (6pm) at MIT, Room 34-401B.( Collapse )( Collapse )