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Bring something you want to work on, a computer, topics you want to discuss, and that little talk you were meaning to give.
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For a new Berliner, this was a very good first-meetup: friendly people, and learned a lot. Thanks!
0 · April 4, 2013
Do you plan to prepare that Emacs demo? I'm really interested even as a die-hard Vim nerd of 14 years.
1 · April 4, 2013
I´d be interested too
Hey Roland et. al. - One must give the people what they want, esp. when it's about Emacs. Let me put together an outline, then I'll post it here to get feedback. :)
Very Nice evening.
Awesome. I learned a lot of new stuff part of which reharding Emacs !
Belibt es bei SysEleven?
0 · March 5, 2013
For tomorrow: yes. For next month: that's, like, the far future, so, like, nobody knows. 8-|
Meetup got moved to SoundCloud.
0 · April 2, 2013
The One True Language? Mayhaps it is!
0 · March 30, 2013
Pedestal looks very interesting, I'd like to discover, discuss and dissect it with anyone who'd like to join me.
Well, I'm already into it, but it'll be more fun teamed up. Check it out at http://pedestal.io/ if you haven't done so already!
0 · March 28, 2013
yes it´d be interesting, I´d love to dig a little deeper into pedestal
0 · March 29, 2013
Did some basics (clojure koans, 4clojure) and read a lot about clojure meanwhile. Also had a first look at pedestal and would love to dive into that a little deeper!
Not in the country for this one. Have fun!
0 · March 21, 2013
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