Dev House Boston

If you’re in the Boston area, and interested in Erlang/ErlyWeb, and free next Sunday … I’ll probably be hanging around Dev House Boston.

It’s my first trip to one of these hackathons. I’ve never been to Foo/BarCamp, or any of the others. So, we’ll see how it goes.

My best idea for a project so far is an Emacs mode for ErlTL. But, mainly I’d be interested in helping people come up to speed with Erlang/Erlyweb and/or Facebook app development. I think ErlyWeb’s a great platform for web development, and I’d like to see more people put it through its paces.

I’m also familiar with plenty of other languages/systems, so I feel pretty confident that I’ll be able to hack on whatever comes up.

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2 thoughts on “Dev House Boston”

  1. Heh – no, I never did. I’m still getting by in SGML mode. I’ve kind of struck a balance where really Erlang-heavy stuff I put in a .erl file, and only really HTML-heavy stuff goes in a .et file. That means I get the formatting I want for the main content I’m formatting. It may not be ideal, but it’s working well enough for me now that I’ve lost the strong desire to hack a new Emacs mode.

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