Steve Wagner from Gorilla Nation graciously offered to host the next SoCal Piggies meeting at his company's offices in Culver City. We're still waiting for the full line-up of talks, but Chuck Esterbrook, of Webware fame, already offered to present an introduction to a new programming language he created, Cobra. Should be a lot of fun. To whet your appetite, Cobra is, in Chuck's words, "a new programming language with a Python-inspired syntax and first class support for unit tests and design-by-contracts."
So if you're in the area, please consider attending our meeting on Thursday, Feb. 28th, starting at 7 PM. Check out our wiki or the mailing list for more details.
Saturday, February 02, 2008
Next SoCal Piggies meeting: Feb. 28th
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