|2nd meetup of VSUG||Michal Bigos||9/23/12 7:52 AM|
Hi all, 2nd meetup will take place on 16.9. at 17:00 in metalab.at. Radim tries to reserve a room (thanks Radim).
Please post here for some interesting topics, which you would like to see or show to others :)
|Re: 2nd meetup of VSUG||Michal Bigos||9/23/12 10:15 AM|
Sorry date is of course 26.9. :)
|Re: 2nd meetup of VSUG||wwagner4||9/23/12 1:32 PM|
I would like to talk about first week of Martin Oderskys online course 'Functional Programming Principles in Scala'
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|Re: 2nd meetup of VSUG||Michal Bigos||9/24/12 10:22 PM|
Sorry to all, but we still don't have a confirmation of reservation in metalab.at. It can happen that we won't receive any.
Does anybody have a proposal what to do than? Re-plan it the next week or we will meet there and go elsewhere (pub or so)?
|Re: 2nd meetup of VSUG||goo...@openforce.com||9/25/12 3:48 AM|
I can provide a meeting room in my office. It's located in Dresdner Straße in 1200 Vienna near Traisengasse (Schnellbahn). We have beamer, LAN and room for about 10 participants.
|Re: 2nd meetup of VSUG||wwagner4||9/25/12 6:15 AM|
Dresdner Strasse would be fine for me.
|Re: 2nd meetup of VSUG||Michal Bigos||9/25/12 6:26 AM|
Ok so let's meet at Dresdner Strasse. Gerhard can you provide more information about the place, company name ...
P.S. They told us in Metalab that they reserve the rooms after 19:00 on 26.9.
|Re: [scala-vienna] Re: 2nd meetup of VSUG||Michal Bigos||9/25/12 6:32 AM|
Sorry company name seems to be obvious openForce isn't it ?
|Re: [scala-vienna] Re: 2nd meetup of VSUG||gerhard....@gmail.com||9/25/12 7:03 AM|
Hi, yes it is openForce.
So the address is
openForce Information Technology GesmbH
Dresdner Straße 108/11 (3rd floor)
|Re: [scala-vienna] Re: 2nd meetup of VSUG||Michal Bigos||9/25/12 7:07 AM|
Ok, please reserve a meeting room at 17:00, Thanks :)
|Re: [scala-vienna] 2nd meetup of VSUG||Alex||9/26/12 12:38 AM|
Interestingly my solution of balance-example is tail-recursive even though it wasn't my intention.
I tried to make pascal-example tail-recursive: but the solution looks very complicated.
Martin Odersky explains how to make factorial tail-recursive in the first lecture of week 2 of »Functional Programming Principles in Scala«.
In the evening I could show an example of tail-recursive fibonacci.
On 24.09.2012, at 20:32, Felix Amerbauer wrote:
|Re: [scala-vienna] 2nd meetup of VSUG||Michal Bigos||9/26/12 3:46 AM|
2nd assignment "High Order Functions" done. It's lovely :)
|Re: [scala-vienna] 2nd meetup of VSUG||Radim.P...@gmail.com||9/26/12 4:02 AM|
Please do not spoil the assignments from second week today. I'd like
to do them on the weekend.
|Re: [scala-vienna] 2nd meetup of VSUG||Michal Bigos||9/26/12 5:46 AM|
Don't worry I'll keep them secret :)