Archive for February, 2016

March: An Evening of Rust

Posted: February 29, 2016 by marioeaquino in Uncategorized

Spring has come and brought with it the next Lambda Lounge. This month features a night with the Rust programming language. First, David Sullins will deliver a talk called “How Rust solves half the problems of game development (and some of your problems too)”. Following that, we will have a mob programming session with Rust, where meeting attendees will work together to implement a novel kata in Rust.  The meeting/food sponsor this month is Ikayzo, and the meal will be BBQ from Sugarfire (along with options for vegetarians).

As usual, all are welcome to bring a refreshing (adult) beverage of their choice.  There will be soda available.  Also, please consider bringing non-perishable food items for donation to Circle of Concern food pantry.

Doors open at 6.

The moon has made it around the earth once again and we find ourselves staring at the business end of another Lambda Lounge meetup. Finally! This month, Kevin Archie will be presenting on the Lambda calculus using Bret Victor’s Alligator Eggs. Afterward, Christopher Carpenter will talk about Modern Game Development in Common Lisp.  The food sponsor for the evening will be Vantage Links (the details of the food provided at the meeting will be announced in a follow-up email to the Lambda Lounge google group).

Lambda loungers are encouraged to bring a refreshing beverage (beer or soda) of their choosing. Also, any non-perishable food donations brought to the meeting will be delivered to Circle of Concern the following weekend.

Doors open at 6 and the talks will be introduced at 6:30.