Allegro Common Lisp Programming Workshop by Dr Sheng-Chuan
Allegro Common Lisp is a variant of the Common Lisp programming language developed by Franz Inc which is used to code the Ontology component in my project. It generally includes an implementation of Prolog.
I’ve used AllegroGraph before but not Allegro Common Lisp, so my department will send me and another staf, Dr Norliza to an Allegro Common Lisp Programming Workshop that will be conducted by Dr Sheng-Chuan.
Dr Sheng-Chuan received his Ph.D. in Structural Mechanics and Computer Graphics from Cornell University. He was a key R&D manager at one of the pioneer CAD/CAM companies in the early 80’s. He then joined a major CAM/CAM/CAE start-up as a founding member in the mid-80’s, as head of application R&D and later as head of marketing and customer services. Dr Sheng-Chuan joined Franz, a leading vendor of Lisp tools, in the early 90’s as VP for new business development and is currently VP for corporate development.
Details of the workshop:
18th July – Basic Allegro Common Lisp Programming – [9.00am – 5.30pm]
19th July – Basic Allegro Common Lisp Programming – [9.00am – 5.30pm]
20th July – Revisit Allegro Graph & Top Braid Composer – [9.00am – 12.30noon]
23rd July – Advanced Allegro Common Lisp Programming – [9.00am – 12.30noon]
24th July – Advanced Allegro Common Lisp Programming – [9.00am – 12.30noon]
25th July – Advanced Allegro Common Lisp Programming – [9.00am – 12.30noon]
As you can see, the workshop will be over at 12.30noon on 20th, 23rd, 24th and 25th of July… and I’m allowed to go back early… Weee..! boleh tido!