marco.paga at gmail.com
Thu Mar 17 19:28:09 CET 2005
this is a really great paper! I like the idea of assembler = php.
On Thu, 17 Mar 2005 19:16:21 +0100, Romain Robbes
<romain.robbes at lu.unisi.ch> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Here is a link to the slides I used today to make a 1h30 lecture of
> Seaside to first-year students. They might be valuable
> to people looking for input when preparing other slides. You might
> notice that some figures where copypasted from
> Alexandre Bergel's one ;-).
> The plan is roughly as follows :
> - Web programming, classical and Seaside approach, 30 minutes.
> - How does Seaside work, 30 minutes. (With examples using the counter
> and the store along with the slides)
> - Step-by-step example : tic-tac-toe, 30 minutes (You might be
> interested in the code, or try to implement it ;-) )
> Note that a tiny part of the material is specific, since it relies on
> the knowledge the students have of Scheme.
> I will do another, shorter lecture next week (1 hour) on more advanced
> concepts, as I had to skip forms for example
> to fit in the short time schedule.
> The slides (500K) are at :
> Any feedback is of course appreciated.
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