Python / Smalltalk Joint Meeting
Wednesday, Jan 19, 2005
Python and Smalltalk have a lot of things in common. Both are object oriented languages. Both use dynamic typing (duck typing). Both are competing for attention in a curly brace world.
At this meeting, the Ottawa Python Authors Group (OPAG) and the Ottawa Carleton Smalltalk Users Group will join forces. Each group will show their language to the other and talk about similarities and differences. By learning about other languages, we can better understand our own language and learn techniques we had never considered before.
The meeting will be held in Room 5115, Herzberg Laboratories (building 13 on the map ). Pay-parking is available in Lot 1, 2, and parking meters can be found along University Drive. Free parking is available across Bronson Avenue opposite Lot 5.
Please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org if you plan to attend.