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Just Enough C For Open Source Projects

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  • Enriching content ! Thanks!!
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  • Thanks for the sharing. It is really a good introduction to c. I learn c in my college but almost forgot all the stuff because long time didn't use it. Thanks a lot!
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  • 1. Just Enough C For Open Source Projects Andy Lester OSCON 2008
  • 2. Why this session?
  • 3. It's all for Michael Schwern Schwern is a brilliant programmer. An invaluable asset to the Perl community. He still doesn't know C, even though Perl is written in C.
  • 4. My assumptions • You're like Schwern. • Already a programmer, but raised on Ruby, Python, Java or PHP. • You don't know what it was like in the bad old days. • You want to work on open source projects.
  • 5. Goals • As much territory as possible • As fast as possible • Danger zones • Impedance mismatches

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