So, this Tech Events in Ann Arbor post for the week of September 22 finds yours truly speaking at the Ann Arbor Java User Group on Tuesday, September 23 at 6:30. The meeting will be held at Washtenaw Community College in room BE270. I'll be talking about "Scala for Java Programmers". What CAN you do with this language? And why do you care? Is it a Java replacement? We'll explore some of the corners of the functional aspects of Scala, but object-oriented programmers will feel quite at home in this talk. Please come. I would love your feedback on the language (and on the talk).
On Friday join SRT for lightning talks, from 3:30-5. As always, lightning talks are open to all. Come to do a 5 minute talk or to listen!
Next week, the Ann Arbor Computer Society meeting will feature Bill Heitzeg discussing JBoss and .NET. AACS meetings are free and open to the public. AACS sponsors pizza and soft drinks. Members qualify for door prizes.