Begging out.

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Rock Harris

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Mar 15, 2010, 3:55:04 PM3/15/10
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I know what I said, but my in-laws made a surprise visit and are
staying and I'll be unable to attend tonight.

This sucks.

Sent from my SuperPhone....

Matt Follett

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Mar 15, 2010, 4:01:26 PM3/15/10
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Michael is skipping out today too so I'm probably just going to call this one off.

~Matt

Michael Kiwala

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Mar 15, 2010, 4:07:28 PM3/15/10
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I'm not ready to quit yet. I do think my interest has decreased some
since we started; I noticed I have not been reading Programming Erlang
as often as I once was. But I just got into the concurrent
programming section of the book. Maybe since we've taken a few weeks
off, I'll be ready to get back into it next week.

I'll try to work out book problems until I hit a wall, and come with
questions to discuss next week.

Justin Lolofie

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Mar 15, 2010, 5:43:05 PM3/15/10
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I'm still interested in learning erlang- unfortunately, I'm interested
in learning several things and dont have time for everything. In the
end I choose activities based on:

1. potential for fun
2. most likely to be used for work
3. most likely to be used as a foundation to learn $x
4. most likely to actually work

For me, #4 was a problem here because, I didnt have an immediate need
for using it. Or rather, I might have an immediate need but I'm not
sure how to make it work just yet.

I still like you guys. I hope we can be pals even after camp is over.

xoxo,
justin

Matt Follett

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Mar 15, 2010, 5:53:56 PM3/15/10
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If we want to continue to do this we could try some other ideas:
1) Virtual meetings over some sort of video chat.
2) Scale back the meetings to once every other week or once a month.
4) Come up with a more enticing project.
5) Have meetings on roller coasters.

Just some ideas.

~Matt

indraniel

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Mar 15, 2010, 6:40:03 PM3/15/10
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#5 sounds exciting, but in the end, i would most likely vomit at some
point.

On another somewhat unrelated note, I recently saw this on reddit:

Joe Armstrong's (Erlang's creator) Erlang library:

http://github.com/joearms/elib1

Cheers,
Niel

number_seven

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Mar 17, 2010, 10:13:42 PM3/17/10
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I like rollercoasters, but they're usually too small for me.
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