posted by Sam Tobin-Hochstadt
We held RacketCon here at Northeastern over the past weekend, and it was a great time! Matthew Flatt consulted his magic 8-ball about the future of Racket (it involves Hawaiian shirts); Matthias Felleisen announced the upcoming Realm of Racket book; Robby Findler demoed DrRacket with online syntax checking; Ryan Culpepper taught us how to make Rackety libraries; Prabhakar Ragde explained how the University of Waterloo teaches Racket and Program by Design to 1500 students a year (and how to embed math into Scribble documents).
As promised, the talks were videotaped by Jeff Dlouhy of the NUACM; the videos are in post-production and should be up within a few weeks. We’ll announce their availability on this blog. Slides from the individual talks will be up on the RacketCon webpage soon.
can’t wait for the videos!
— Ramakrishnan VU3RDD, 29 July 2011
Great! thanks for making these available
— therac25, 29 July 2011
How is the progress on the videos?
— numbertheory, 13 September 2011
Having missed the event, I very much look forward to any videos. Is there an ETA?
— jcgsample, 23 September 2011
When will the videos be out?
— dwayne, 12 November 2011
will the videos ever come out of post-production ?
— therac25, 24 November 2011