Monday, March 9, 2009

I'm speaking at Erlang Factory conference in April

Anyone who visits my blog (as opposed to just reading it via the RSS feed) has probably noticed the badge in my sidebar, but I figured that for the rest of you I should probably announce it...

I'll be speaking at the Erlang Factory conference in San Francisco (April 27th to May 1st). As you may have guessed my talk will cover Reia, but as I don't believe Reia will be particularly interesting to existing Erlang enthusaists, I'm going to start things off with a crash course in building languages on top of the Erlang VM. I hope to develop the content of the presentation on my blog over the next several weeks. You'll get the meat and potatoes here spread out over several posts, and a more in-depth, polished version if you actually attend the conference.

I hope to see you there!

1 comment:

phil pirj said...

I'm sure next posts will help people to help Reia development.
(and besides, indentation rip-off helped me to understand the whole lexer/parser, indentation was a dark corner for me :)