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Last Day Reminder: Re: [TelFOSS] Announcement: "Programming Red Flags" on Sunday, 28-June-2009

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  • Shlomi Fish
    Hi all! This is a last day reminder that we will have a meeting at Telux tomorrow (Sunday, 28-June-2009) at 18:30 about Programming Red Flags . More
    Message 1 of 2 , Jun 27, 2009
      Hi all!

      This is a last day reminder that we will have a meeting at Telux tomorrow
      (Sunday, 28-June-2009) at 18:30 about "Programming Red Flags". More
      information can be found in the quoted message below.


      Shlomi Fish

      On Wednesday 17 June 2009 20:54:20 Shlomi Fish wrote:
      > Hi all!
      > The Tel Aviv Open Source Club invites everyone to a talk by Yaron Meiry
      > (Sawyer) about "Programming Red Flags" - on Sunday, 28-June-2009. (Notice
      > the one week postponement).
      > The meeting will take place at Tel Aviv University, at the Schreiber
      > Maths&CS building, room 008 on 18:30. So mark your calendars. More
      > information can be found at:
      > * http://www.cs.tau.ac.il/telux/
      > * http://wiki.osdc.org.il/index.php/Tel_Aviv_Meeting_on_28_June_2009
      > Attendance is free and everyone are welcome.
      > With any other problems, feel free to contact me:
      > http://www.shlomifish.org/me/contact-me/
      > Abstract:
      > ---------
      > Some programming habits should be avoided at all costs; some should be
      > considered with care and some are just divine. Red flags tell us what to
      > try and avoid and what to inspect more closely. They are a sign of code
      > that might become problematic or straightforwardly dangerous. The talk will
      > be Perl- oriented (with Perl examples) but the programming practices are
      > generic and can be applied to most programming languages, so if you program
      > in Ruby, Python, PHP or other languages, this talks to you as well.
      > Hopefully by the time we're done, you'll be able to write cleaner, more
      > maintainable, less error-prone, and better code. If not, your money back
      > guarantee!
      > ----------
      > We are always looking for presentations on interesting topics. If you have
      > an interesting idea for a talk, feel free to contact us and we'll
      > co-ordinate a date.
      > Regards,
      > Shlomi Fish

      Shlomi Fish http://www.shlomifish.org/
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