Cameron Laird's personal notes on the Annual Tcl Conferences
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to some of the official information about the Conferences, as do
Usenix [need refs here] and the
(in more than one place).
the value of the tutorials for a newcomer to Tcl.
Rolf Ade supplies wonderful detail in his
to comp.lang.tcl. For more information, see the
Carsten Zerbst maintains the authoritative event
Jeffrey did his usual helpful job of taking and distributing
Andreas Kupries and Lindsay Marshall briefly summarize the event in
Larry Virden nicely
conference for comp.lang.tcl. We
also wrote up
for SunWorld Online.
For the Sixth
Annual Tcl/Tk Conference (as Mark Diekhans summarized,
"overall, a great conference"),
Other observations: John gave the impression during his
State of Tcl talk that DCOM stuff from Scriptics will be a
"proprietary extension" and not open-source. Also, updates
for Tcl Blend, Jacl, and the Plugin were announced, with
perhaps less priority given the latter.
- I wrote an
for SunWorld Online,
- Jeffrey Hobbs did his usual timely job of reporting on
Salus's speeches, and also
I came from Germany for the conference, and my
company doesn't regret one penny of the costs.
This was my third year at the conference, and the best
one yet. I can't convey the benefits of the conference
on a Tcl developer without one having experienced it
personally at least once...
- John himself makes available the
- Larry Virden
his week in one paragraph,
- John Reekie gives what he labels
Conference Notes, and also provides the
for his Tcl-Java tutorial
- Christopher Hylands reviews
- Scott G. Stewart took
for the Internationalization BOF,
- Lars Blasingame expressed a
newcomer's enthusiasm, and
- Daniel McLeod offered
impressions pertinent to a thread on extension-writing, and
the value of the Conference to a newcomer to Tcl.
Laird's personal notes on the Annual Tcl