Yes, it's the first week of the month again. The Ann Arbor Computer Society meeting is tomorrow night, April 2, at 6 pm. Jay Wren will be speaking on the Boo Programming Language and DSLs (Domain Specific Languages). Boo is a statically typed language that runs on the CLR. It has Python-inspired syntax.
AACS meetings are free and open to the public. Pizza will be provided. Meeting will be held at SRT Solutions' offices, at 206 S. Fifth Ave, Suite 200. That's at the corner of Fifth Ave and Liberty, just above the Linux Box. Take the elevator to 2R or come up the stairs and wind around to the right side of the elevator.
On Thursday April 3 at 7:00 pm, the Michigan Python User Group will meet to discuss EasyExtend, which allows you to extend Python syntax. New documentation tools may be discussed as well. Like AACS, the MichiPUG meetings are free and open to the public, and held at SRT Solutions. Pizza will NOT be served, but people often go out after the meeting.
Next week, on Monday, April 7, there is a Flex Camp in Cleveland, Ohio. Go to http://flexcampcleveland.com/ for registration and more information. Looks like a fun and interesting event.
On Wednesday, April 9, the Ann Arbor Dot Net Developer Group will meet, at SRT Solutions. Bill Wagner will be talking about how to make good use of the new releases in Visual Studio 2008. Meeting is free, starts at 6, is at SRT, and yes, there will be pizza.