[antlr-interest] giving an ANTLR seminar at USF Oct 24

Terence Parr parrt at jguru.com
Sat Sep 28 11:45:20 PDT 2002


If anybody is interested, I'll be giving an ANTLR seminar at the 
University of San Francisco on Thursday October 24th at noon; Harney 
235.  Here's a general map (Harney is code HR off Golden Gate ave):


The 235 classroom is a 2.5$M "superclassroom" built by alumnus Alfred 
Chuang (yes, the BEA co-founder).  Pretty slick room.

Anyhoo, the talk will be targeted to undergraduates so expect a taste 
of antlr not any of the latest goodies.  I'll probably show off by 
building a full stack-machine compiler for a simple language on the fly 
<snicker>.  Any suggestions for the talk are welcome.  I'll be 
advertising the grad language class I'm teaching next semester too, 
which some of you might also be interested in.

Anybody who wants to show up and heckle, come on by.  I'll probably 
grab some lunch right after the talk from about 1 to 2.  Let me know if 
you plan on coming by so I can bring my carnivore proof suit.

Co-founder, http://www.jguru.com
Creator, ANTLR Parser Generator: http://www.antlr.org
Lecturer in Comp. Sci., University of San Francisco


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