The Boston Lisp Meeting Returns
on Tuesday October 20th 2020 at 7:00 pm
at Google Meet
From His Desk
will give a talk on
The Polar Policy Language
From Probably His Desk
will give a lightning talk on
Protocol Buffers are the data interchange format pioneered by Google. There has been several iterations of Lisp Protocol buffers from Robert Brown's to Scott McKay. At Google we have recently been extensively updating CL-Protobufs. This lightning talk will ever so briefly go over the changes.
The meeting will be held online at the link above at 7:00 pm EST.
Boston Lisp meetings have been rare of late. We would like to go back to monthly meetings, if you are interested in giving talks please message the boston-lisp mailing group. We discuss a range of topics that may interest the greater Lisp community (including Common Lisp, Scheme, Clojure, Emacs, Racket, or any other programmable programming system).
Typically evenings begin with two 5-minute "lightning talks", continues with a main speaker for an hour or so, and finishes with food (see below).
We encourage both veterans and newbies to come and meet, maybe becoming collaborators, mentors, or disciples on some Lisp project. Hobbyists, academics, and professionals are invited to socialize and chill out with a generally friendly group. There is no cost to attend.
Since everyone will be at home, we hope you will be supplying your own food.
See past meetings.
The boston-lisp mailing lisp receives meeting announcements and a few other topics relevant to the Boston Lisp community.