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NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 10 April 2012 Lisp NYC: Rocky Bernstein on Large Scal


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Subject: NYC LOCAL: Tuesday 10 April 2012 Lisp NYC: Rocky Bernstein on Large Scale Software Development with Elisp
Date: 8 Apr 2012 01:29:20 -0400

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 Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2012 16:48:09 -0400
 From: Heow Goodman <address@hidden>
 To: LispNYC <address@hidden>, address@hidden
 Subject: Lisp Meeting, April 10th at Meetup

 Join us Tuesday, April 10th, 7:00 to 9:00 at Meetup HQ (632 Broadway) for:

 Rocky Bernstein: Large Scale Software Development with Elisp

 He lives in relative obscurity yet his software is used daily by
 millions. Rocky Bernstein, former IBM Researcher, Chaitin co-author and
 30 year developer walks us through a mosaic of development techniques
 focusing on personal software scalability.

 The long time Free Software developer is best known for his decade of
 debugger development using Emacs Grand Unified Debugger as a front-end
 for his other works:

      Ruby Debugger (ruby-debug)
      Python Debugger (pydb)
      Perl Debugger
      POSIX Shell Debuggers for bash, Korn Shell, zsh and GNU Make

 Additionally, Rocky is the author of libcdio: the GNU CD I/O and
 ControlLibrary. Allowing multimedia assessing of CD-images
 (includingISO-9660) in an OS and device-independent way, it is used in
 FreeBSD, NetBSD and nearly every Linux distribution.

 Location:
    Meetup HQ, 9th Floor
    632 Broadway
    (just north of Houston)
    http://g.co/maps/b5shd (map)
  
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Distributed poC TINC:

Jay Sulzberger <address@hidden>
Corresponding Secretary LXNY
LXNY is New York's Free Computing Organization.
http://www.lxny.org


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