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Today in Tuscany

Paul Mansour’s APL moot, San Quirico d’Orcia, Tuscany

Fred, our – condottiere? corriere? – led a party yesterday on a foray to the Florentine fashion shops, art galleries, and his hidden favourite restaurant, while more dutiful players stayed in town to work.

This morning Adrian Smith demonstrated creating instances of anonymous classes, and using them on-the-fly to create a Jasper-like adapter to represent relational tables as objects.

Veli-Matti Jantunen coached us on the intricacies of internationalising application user interfaces.

Gitte Christensen on classes of APL writers, their skills and different learning styles.

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