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Sunday, April 16th, 2006

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Geek Out II
Yesterday's Geek Out was a smashing success. j3h and jes5199 came and hung out for about 5 hours. We talked about programming languages, the perils of over-meta-programming, aspect-oriented programming (it's BS), and of course the infamous Peter Problem. I know there's more than just the three of us interested in this kind of gathering. So let's do another one.

What: A chance for über-programming-geeks to hang out, chat, write code, and be ourselves, away from the harsh judging eyes of SO's and non-geek friends.

Where: My house (5025 NE 24th Ave)

When: Saturday, 4/22, at 2pm.

Topic: How do you make <your favorite programming language> work for real-life large-scale projects? (And whatever other topics come up)

If we get bored, we'll crack open some old ACM programming problems and work on those for a while :)

Note: in the event of nice weather, we may fudge the time around a bit so that j3h and I can get some juggling in.
Google Calendar
I've jumped on the bandwagon. Anyone can view my free/busy information (my calendar is linked to my gmail address, which uses the same username as my LJ account). But I'm keeping the event details private for now. If you want to swap calendars, let me know (probably only interesting to Portland folks).

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