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Shutting down this mailing list

 

Hi all,

The mailing list has never really had a ton of activity. The core team has decided to shut the list down. As of this message, the list is now read-only with only moderators allowed to post. Interested in interacting with the larger Pony community? Come give our Zulip community at try at https://ponylang.zulipchat.com.

See you there!

-Sean-


Re: Repo created for Pony for X content

 

I already took care of it. 

Next time!

Thanks again Carl.

On Fri, May 6, 2016 at 9:54 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
No problem. I'll submit an update with the 80 cols fixed. I've got the two wrap plugins and that seems ok. Not as nice as soft wrap, but tolerable :)


On Fri, May 6, 2016 at 6:07 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Thanks for the PR Carl.

80 columns is the standard we have established across Pony repos, documentation and otherwise.


On Fri, May 6, 2016 at 8:17 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
OK, I am working on a PR now, combining intro material from Ivo's chapter as well as mine.

I've read up on the Gitbook structure and it makes sense. A little weird that the intro is in markdown and the rest is asciidoc.

What is the reason behind "keep any individual line under 80 characters"? What's wrong with just letting each paragraph soft wrap?

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 4:28 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Any chance of a PR? I'm not going to have a chance to get to this for a bit.

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 5:59 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Sure, sounds good. I'm not (yet :) a Gitbook expert.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 1:31 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
I think that is a good start. I think it makes sense to go in README.md which Gitbook turns into the introduction.

Agreed?

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 2:32 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Ivo has a "Why Pony?" at the beginning of his C# chapter that is an independent intro to why one would consider Pony. That could be used as a common intro for all the chapters.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:45 AM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Awesome!

Re: intro riff

I agree. Definitively should be some intro material. My thought was wait and see what gets covered in multiple ones but maybe that isn't the best idea.

I'm not sure however what the basic riff at the beginning would be, thoughts?


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
I have finally sat down and begun working on the Pony for Java chapter. I've got the GH repo forked into my org, and setup a gitbook account to test my work. I'll push the first couple pages soon to see how they look. I did borrow ideas from Ivo, so thanks Ivo for giving us a boost.

It might be helpful, Sean, if there was some intro material in the main body of the book that each chapter could riff from to eliminate some of the repetition.


On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 4:52 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Sorry for the delay on this. I've created a repo for Pony for X content.

It awaits your love:


Additionally, its also hosted at Gitbook:












Re: Repo created for Pony for X content

 

No problem. I'll submit an update with the 80 cols fixed. I've got the two wrap plugins and that seems ok. Not as nice as soft wrap, but tolerable :)


On Fri, May 6, 2016 at 6:07 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Thanks for the PR Carl.

80 columns is the standard we have established across Pony repos, documentation and otherwise.


On Fri, May 6, 2016 at 8:17 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
OK, I am working on a PR now, combining intro material from Ivo's chapter as well as mine.

I've read up on the Gitbook structure and it makes sense. A little weird that the intro is in markdown and the rest is asciidoc.

What is the reason behind "keep any individual line under 80 characters"? What's wrong with just letting each paragraph soft wrap?

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 4:28 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Any chance of a PR? I'm not going to have a chance to get to this for a bit.

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 5:59 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Sure, sounds good. I'm not (yet :) a Gitbook expert.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 1:31 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
I think that is a good start. I think it makes sense to go in README.md which Gitbook turns into the introduction.

Agreed?

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 2:32 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Ivo has a "Why Pony?" at the beginning of his C# chapter that is an independent intro to why one would consider Pony. That could be used as a common intro for all the chapters.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:45 AM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Awesome!

Re: intro riff

I agree. Definitively should be some intro material. My thought was wait and see what gets covered in multiple ones but maybe that isn't the best idea.

I'm not sure however what the basic riff at the beginning would be, thoughts?


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
I have finally sat down and begun working on the Pony for Java chapter. I've got the GH repo forked into my org, and setup a gitbook account to test my work. I'll push the first couple pages soon to see how they look. I did borrow ideas from Ivo, so thanks Ivo for giving us a boost.

It might be helpful, Sean, if there was some intro material in the main body of the book that each chapter could riff from to eliminate some of the repetition.


On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 4:52 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Sorry for the delay on this. I've created a repo for Pony for X content.

It awaits your love:


Additionally, its also hosted at Gitbook:











Re: Repo created for Pony for X content

 

Thanks for the PR Carl.

80 columns is the standard we have established across Pony repos, documentation and otherwise.


On Fri, May 6, 2016 at 8:17 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
OK, I am working on a PR now, combining intro material from Ivo's chapter as well as mine.

I've read up on the Gitbook structure and it makes sense. A little weird that the intro is in markdown and the rest is asciidoc.

What is the reason behind "keep any individual line under 80 characters"? What's wrong with just letting each paragraph soft wrap?

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 4:28 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Any chance of a PR? I'm not going to have a chance to get to this for a bit.

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 5:59 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Sure, sounds good. I'm not (yet :) a Gitbook expert.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 1:31 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
I think that is a good start. I think it makes sense to go in README.md which Gitbook turns into the introduction.

Agreed?

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 2:32 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Ivo has a "Why Pony?" at the beginning of his C# chapter that is an independent intro to why one would consider Pony. That could be used as a common intro for all the chapters.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:45 AM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Awesome!

Re: intro riff

I agree. Definitively should be some intro material. My thought was wait and see what gets covered in multiple ones but maybe that isn't the best idea.

I'm not sure however what the basic riff at the beginning would be, thoughts?


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
I have finally sat down and begun working on the Pony for Java chapter. I've got the GH repo forked into my org, and setup a gitbook account to test my work. I'll push the first couple pages soon to see how they look. I did borrow ideas from Ivo, so thanks Ivo for giving us a boost.

It might be helpful, Sean, if there was some intro material in the main body of the book that each chapter could riff from to eliminate some of the repetition.


On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 4:52 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Sorry for the delay on this. I've created a repo for Pony for X content.

It awaits your love:


Additionally, its also hosted at Gitbook:










Re: Repo created for Pony for X content

 

OK, I am working on a PR now, combining intro material from Ivo's chapter as well as mine.

I've read up on the Gitbook structure and it makes sense. A little weird that the intro is in markdown and the rest is asciidoc.

What is the reason behind "keep any individual line under 80 characters"? What's wrong with just letting each paragraph soft wrap?

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 4:28 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Any chance of a PR? I'm not going to have a chance to get to this for a bit.

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 5:59 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Sure, sounds good. I'm not (yet :) a Gitbook expert.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 1:31 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
I think that is a good start. I think it makes sense to go in README.md which Gitbook turns into the introduction.

Agreed?

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 2:32 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Ivo has a "Why Pony?" at the beginning of his C# chapter that is an independent intro to why one would consider Pony. That could be used as a common intro for all the chapters.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:45 AM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Awesome!

Re: intro riff

I agree. Definitively should be some intro material. My thought was wait and see what gets covered in multiple ones but maybe that isn't the best idea.

I'm not sure however what the basic riff at the beginning would be, thoughts?


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
I have finally sat down and begun working on the Pony for Java chapter. I've got the GH repo forked into my org, and setup a gitbook account to test my work. I'll push the first couple pages soon to see how they look. I did borrow ideas from Ivo, so thanks Ivo for giving us a boost.

It might be helpful, Sean, if there was some intro material in the main body of the book that each chapter could riff from to eliminate some of the repetition.


On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 4:52 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Sorry for the delay on this. I've created a repo for Pony for X content.

It awaits your love:


Additionally, its also hosted at Gitbook:









Re: Repo created for Pony for X content

 

Any chance of a PR? I'm not going to have a chance to get to this for a bit.

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 5:59 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Sure, sounds good. I'm not (yet :) a Gitbook expert.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 1:31 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
I think that is a good start. I think it makes sense to go in README.md which Gitbook turns into the introduction.

Agreed?

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 2:32 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Ivo has a "Why Pony?" at the beginning of his C# chapter that is an independent intro to why one would consider Pony. That could be used as a common intro for all the chapters.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:45 AM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Awesome!

Re: intro riff

I agree. Definitively should be some intro material. My thought was wait and see what gets covered in multiple ones but maybe that isn't the best idea.

I'm not sure however what the basic riff at the beginning would be, thoughts?


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
I have finally sat down and begun working on the Pony for Java chapter. I've got the GH repo forked into my org, and setup a gitbook account to test my work. I'll push the first couple pages soon to see how they look. I did borrow ideas from Ivo, so thanks Ivo for giving us a boost.

It might be helpful, Sean, if there was some intro material in the main body of the book that each chapter could riff from to eliminate some of the repetition.


On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 4:52 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Sorry for the delay on this. I've created a repo for Pony for X content.

It awaits your love:


Additionally, its also hosted at Gitbook:








Re: Repo created for Pony for X content

 

Sure, sounds good. I'm not (yet :) a Gitbook expert.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 1:31 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
I think that is a good start. I think it makes sense to go in README.md which Gitbook turns into the introduction.

Agreed?

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 2:32 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Ivo has a "Why Pony?" at the beginning of his C# chapter that is an independent intro to why one would consider Pony. That could be used as a common intro for all the chapters.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:45 AM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Awesome!

Re: intro riff

I agree. Definitively should be some intro material. My thought was wait and see what gets covered in multiple ones but maybe that isn't the best idea.

I'm not sure however what the basic riff at the beginning would be, thoughts?


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
I have finally sat down and begun working on the Pony for Java chapter. I've got the GH repo forked into my org, and setup a gitbook account to test my work. I'll push the first couple pages soon to see how they look. I did borrow ideas from Ivo, so thanks Ivo for giving us a boost.

It might be helpful, Sean, if there was some intro material in the main body of the book that each chapter could riff from to eliminate some of the repetition.


On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 4:52 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Sorry for the delay on this. I've created a repo for Pony for X content.

It awaits your love:


Additionally, its also hosted at Gitbook:







Re: Repo created for Pony for X content

 

I think that is a good start. I think it makes sense to go in README.md which Gitbook turns into the introduction.

Agreed?

On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 2:32 PM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
Ivo has a "Why Pony?" at the beginning of his C# chapter that is an independent intro to why one would consider Pony. That could be used as a common intro for all the chapters.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:45 AM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Awesome!

Re: intro riff

I agree. Definitively should be some intro material. My thought was wait and see what gets covered in multiple ones but maybe that isn't the best idea.

I'm not sure however what the basic riff at the beginning would be, thoughts?


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
I have finally sat down and begun working on the Pony for Java chapter. I've got the GH repo forked into my org, and setup a gitbook account to test my work. I'll push the first couple pages soon to see how they look. I did borrow ideas from Ivo, so thanks Ivo for giving us a boost.

It might be helpful, Sean, if there was some intro material in the main body of the book that each chapter could riff from to eliminate some of the repetition.


On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 4:52 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Sorry for the delay on this. I've created a repo for Pony for X content.

It awaits your love:


Additionally, its also hosted at Gitbook:






Re: Repo created for Pony for X content

 

Ivo has a "Why Pony?" at the beginning of his C# chapter that is an independent intro to why one would consider Pony. That could be used as a common intro for all the chapters.


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:45 AM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Awesome!

Re: intro riff

I agree. Definitively should be some intro material. My thought was wait and see what gets covered in multiple ones but maybe that isn't the best idea.

I'm not sure however what the basic riff at the beginning would be, thoughts?


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
I have finally sat down and begun working on the Pony for Java chapter. I've got the GH repo forked into my org, and setup a gitbook account to test my work. I'll push the first couple pages soon to see how they look. I did borrow ideas from Ivo, so thanks Ivo for giving us a boost.

It might be helpful, Sean, if there was some intro material in the main body of the book that each chapter could riff from to eliminate some of the repetition.


On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 4:52 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Sorry for the delay on this. I've created a repo for Pony for X content.

It awaits your love:


Additionally, its also hosted at Gitbook:





Re: Repo created for Pony for X content

 

Awesome!

Re: intro riff

I agree. Definitively should be some intro material. My thought was wait and see what gets covered in multiple ones but maybe that isn't the best idea.

I'm not sure however what the basic riff at the beginning would be, thoughts?


On Thu, May 5, 2016 at 10:54 AM, Carl Quinn <carl.quinn@...> wrote:
I have finally sat down and begun working on the Pony for Java chapter. I've got the GH repo forked into my org, and setup a gitbook account to test my work. I'll push the first couple pages soon to see how they look. I did borrow ideas from Ivo, so thanks Ivo for giving us a boost.

It might be helpful, Sean, if there was some intro material in the main body of the book that each chapter could riff from to eliminate some of the repetition.


On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 4:52 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Sorry for the delay on this. I've created a repo for Pony for X content.

It awaits your love:


Additionally, its also hosted at Gitbook:




Re: Repo created for Pony for X content

 

I have finally sat down and begun working on the Pony for Java chapter. I've got the GH repo forked into my org, and setup a gitbook account to test my work. I'll push the first couple pages soon to see how they look. I did borrow ideas from Ivo, so thanks Ivo for giving us a boost.

It might be helpful, Sean, if there was some intro material in the main body of the book that each chapter could riff from to eliminate some of the repetition.


On Wed, May 4, 2016 at 4:52 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Sorry for the delay on this. I've created a repo for Pony for X content.

It awaits your love:


Additionally, its also hosted at Gitbook:



Repo created for Pony for X content

 

Hi all,

Sorry for the delay on this. I've created a repo for Pony for X content.

It awaits your love:


Additionally, its also hosted at Gitbook:


Re: Pony for X

 

Hi Ivo,

Thanks for this! Sorry for the delay responding. Things have been rather busy.

We'll be hosting Pony for X'ers on Gitbook using AsciiDoc.


and put a placeholder for your chapter in. Let me know if you need any assistance getting going.

Once the basics are in place, we can discuss what might make sense as an expansion for the initial content.

Thanks,
Sean


On Sun, Apr 24, 2016 at 7:45 AM, Ivo Balbaert <ivo.balbaert@...> wrote:

Hi Sean,

 

I have uploaded a first version of my "Pony for C# developers" document in pdf format on: https://github.com/Ivo-Balbaert/pony_docs

 

Best,

 

Ivo

 

From: Sean T. Allen [mailto:sean@...]
Sent: zaterdag 16 april 2016 22:11
To: book@pony.groups.io
Subject: [pony+book] Pony for X

 

Hi all,

 

Anyone got anything they'd like to have reviewed?

 

I'd love to start getting some Pony for X content out there. At the moment, I've been concentrating on filling out gaps in the tutorial and using that as an exercise in coming up with ideas for "The Pony Book". It feels like I'm probably 3 to 6 months from really diving into that.

 

Hopefully we have lots of Pony for X content by then, if not, I'm going to detour into writing some of those first.

 

-Sean-

 


Virusvrij. www.avast.com



Re: Pony for X'ers. How are we doing?

 

Thanks George. Hope you have more time in the future.

You shouldn't feel like you blocked any progress.

-Sean-


On Tue, Apr 26, 2016 at 6:03 PM, George Marrows via Groups.io <george.marrows@...> wrote:
Hi Sean - I'm going to give up the C version for someone else to take a look at. I'm not able to spare much free time at the moment - moving continents in June.

Sorry for blocking progress on that.

George

On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 11:48 AM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Wanted to check in with everyone on the Pony for X'ers list...

  • C# => Ivo Balbaert
  • Erlang => Federico Carrone
  • JavaScript => Braden Shepherdson
  • Java => Carl Quinn
  • C => George Marrows
And see how everyone was doing. Need any help?
Stuck with Pony-isms? I'd be happy do 1 on 1 pairing/conversation with folks 
if you feel hindered at all by lack of Pony knowledge.

Happy to do the 1 on 1's even if you aren't.

-Sean-




Re: Pony for X'ers. How are we doing?

George Marrows
 

Hi Sean - I'm going to give up the C version for someone else to take a look at. I'm not able to spare much free time at the moment - moving continents in June.

Sorry for blocking progress on that.

George

On Thu, Mar 31, 2016 at 11:48 AM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Wanted to check in with everyone on the Pony for X'ers list...

  • C# => Ivo Balbaert
  • Erlang => Federico Carrone
  • JavaScript => Braden Shepherdson
  • Java => Carl Quinn
  • C => George Marrows
And see how everyone was doing. Need any help?
Stuck with Pony-isms? I'd be happy do 1 on 1 pairing/conversation with folks 
if you feel hindered at all by lack of Pony knowledge.

Happy to do the 1 on 1's even if you aren't.

-Sean-



Re: Pony for X

Ivo Balbaert
 

Hi Sean,

 

I have uploaded a first version of my "Pony for C# developers" document in pdf format on: https://github.com/Ivo-Balbaert/pony_docs

 

Best,

 

Ivo

 

From: Sean T. Allen [mailto:sean@...]
Sent: zaterdag 16 april 2016 22:11
To: book@pony.groups.io
Subject: [pony+book] Pony for X

 

Hi all,

 

Anyone got anything they'd like to have reviewed?

 

I'd love to start getting some Pony for X content out there. At the moment, I've been concentrating on filling out gaps in the tutorial and using that as an exercise in coming up with ideas for "The Pony Book". It feels like I'm probably 3 to 6 months from really diving into that.

 

Hopefully we have lots of Pony for X content by then, if not, I'm going to detour into writing some of those first.

 

-Sean-

 


Virusvrij. www.avast.com


Re: Pony for X

 

Awesome.





On Thu, Apr 21, 2016 at 1:08 AM -0700, "Ivo Balbaert" <ivo.balbaert@...> wrote:

Pony for C# developers:

 

I am working on it.  I hope to have a starting version ready after the weekend.

 

Ivo

 

From: Sean T. Allen [mailto:sean@...]
Sent: zaterdag 16 april 2016 22:11
To: book@pony.groups.io
Subject: [pony+book] Pony for X

 

Hi all,

 

Anyone got anything they'd like to have reviewed?

 

I'd love to start getting some Pony for X content out there. At the moment, I've been concentrating on filling out gaps in the tutorial and using that as an exercise in coming up with ideas for "The Pony Book". It feels like I'm probably 3 to 6 months from really diving into that.

 

Hopefully we have lots of Pony for X content by then, if not, I'm going to detour into writing some of those first.

 

-Sean-

 


Virusvrij. www.avast.com


Re: Pony for X

Ivo Balbaert
 

Pony for C# developers:

 

I am working on it.  I hope to have a starting version ready after the weekend.

 

Ivo

 

From: Sean T. Allen [mailto:sean@...]
Sent: zaterdag 16 april 2016 22:11
To: book@pony.groups.io
Subject: [pony+book] Pony for X

 

Hi all,

 

Anyone got anything they'd like to have reviewed?

 

I'd love to start getting some Pony for X content out there. At the moment, I've been concentrating on filling out gaps in the tutorial and using that as an exercise in coming up with ideas for "The Pony Book". It feels like I'm probably 3 to 6 months from really diving into that.

 

Hopefully we have lots of Pony for X content by then, if not, I'm going to detour into writing some of those first.

 

-Sean-

 


Virusvrij. www.avast.com


Re: Pony for X'ers. How are we doing?

 

Not at the moment. Everyone will be braving new ground.





On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 5:50 PM -0700, "Carl Quinn" <carl.quinn@...> wrote:

I will try to work on my Java piece next in my side projects. Is there an existing one at least partially done that I could model some of it after?


On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 4:26 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Awesome.

On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 4:46 PM, Federico Carrone <federico.carrone@...> wrote:

I am a little bit late. I have just changed of jobs. I hope to have something this or the other weekend.


On Thu, Mar 31, 2016, 7:48 AM Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Wanted to check in with everyone on the Pony for X'ers list...

  • C# => Ivo Balbaert
  • Erlang => Federico Carrone
  • JavaScript => Braden Shepherdson
  • Java => Carl Quinn
  • C => George Marrows
And see how everyone was doing. Need any help?
Stuck with Pony-isms? I'd be happy do 1 on 1 pairing/conversation with folks 
if you feel hindered at all by lack of Pony knowledge.

Happy to do the 1 on 1's even if you aren't.

-Sean-




Re: Pony for X'ers. How are we doing?

 

I will try to work on my Java piece next in my side projects. Is there an existing one at least partially done that I could model some of it after?


On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 4:26 PM, Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Awesome.

On Wed, Apr 20, 2016 at 4:46 PM, Federico Carrone <federico.carrone@...> wrote:

I am a little bit late. I have just changed of jobs. I hope to have something this or the other weekend.


On Thu, Mar 31, 2016, 7:48 AM Sean T. Allen <sean@...> wrote:
Hi all,

Wanted to check in with everyone on the Pony for X'ers list...

  • C# => Ivo Balbaert
  • Erlang => Federico Carrone
  • JavaScript => Braden Shepherdson
  • Java => Carl Quinn
  • C => George Marrows
And see how everyone was doing. Need any help?
Stuck with Pony-isms? I'd be happy do 1 on 1 pairing/conversation with folks 
if you feel hindered at all by lack of Pony knowledge.

Happy to do the 1 on 1's even if you aren't.

-Sean-



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