Wednesday, 23 February 2011

Presenting Clojure REPL at February CHUG meeting

From the mailing list:

We'll be meeting this Thursday at the studio (1024 Studewood), at 7pm. Daniel will be talking about his Clojure REPL for Android. Very cool!

I'll order Pink's pizza again, if people liked that last time. Please RSVP for pizza so I know how much to order. And bring $5 to donate to the cause if you're having any. :)

The usual instructions:

LOCATION

1024 Studewood is a block-ish south of 11th on Studewood, aka Studemont, aka Montrose. If you're coming north on Studewood, it's on your right just past Stella Sola (which is on the left). It's a small green house, the only one that sticks out almost all the way to the road. It will make you think it's a photography studio, because it is.

DO NOT PARK IN THE LOT NEXT DOOR. YOU MAY GET TOWED.

There are driveways immediately on either side of the house, sufficient for two cars each (unless you drive something big). Otherwise, park on a side street (10 1/2 St.), they're easily accessible across Studewood, or curbside on Studewood. Just don't park in the the lot(s) right next to the studio, they are used as valet space for Stella Sola.

My plan is to give an informal presentation, primarily focusing on the changes I made to get Clojure with dynamic compilation working on the Dalvik VM. I will also demonstrate the VimClojure integration with a REPL running on a device. I plan to share my thoughts on the current state of and future expectations for Android development with Clojure.

It will be a fun evening filled with Clojure, Android, and pizza. I hope to see you there.

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