If you think this is going to be a talk on JavaScript, you’re wrong.
If you think this is going to be a talk on Scheme/Functional Programming, you’re wrong.
If you think you know what this talk is going to be about, you’re probably wrong.

Remember when you watched Inception? Or Interstellar? You’ll have to empty your mind, relax the day before and then come attend this talk. See you there.


Outline/Structure of the Talk

The structure will be changed at runtime.

Learning Outcome

Computing Enlightenment

Target Audience

Anybody with sufficient interest in computing

schedule Submitted 4 years ago

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  • Dhaval Dalal
    By Dhaval Dalal  ~  2 years ago
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    Hi Dhaval,

       Thanks for submitting the proposal.  The description of the talk seems quite intriguing, however given it is targetted towards beginner, can you please lay draw some outline, the slides on the URL still give me a feeling of "undefined" on what you intend to cover, despite your ability to change the content at runtime.




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