This week, Samer Masterson (http://samertm.com/) will be talking about EShell, a wonderful shell environment built write in to Emacs.
Eshell is a command shell written in Emacs Lisp. Everything it does, it uses Emacs’s facilities to do. This means that Eshell is as portable as Emacs itself. It also means that cooperation with Lisp code is natural and seamless.
Samer is an Emacs Lisp engineer, maintainer of the Emacs Shell, and one of the organizers of EmacsConf 2015 (http://emacsconf2015.org/).
Afterwards, we will have some time to have general lightning talks and maybe grab some eats nearby depending on how we're all feeling.
See you there!