Charles said:
exoteric said:
*snip*

Would be great to talk to Simon again. That said, he works and lives in Cambridge, UK. So, we'll see if he's up for this when he next visits Redmond.


C

any chances for people like Ted Neward (for the 'language renaissance' for example ) or Charles Petzold ( for the Annotated Turing book ) ?

 

and the devscovery conference http://www.devscovery.com/ especially the new talk of Erik Meijier: "JavaScript is an Assembly Language" since you've discussed this with Gilad Bracha recently. Smiley

 

http://www.devscovery.com/Sessions/Detail/Redmond%202010/2/2