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Most programmers never take a compilers course, which is a shame. Understanding compilers means you have a *very* powerful tool in your toolbox; with it, you can fix problems that before looked unfixable. You can transform anything that has a structure to anything else. Not knowing compiler techniques means missing out, big.
The good news: it's not that difficult. In this talk, you'll learn how.
Attended by: Christoffer Sawicki, Bengt Ericsson, Florian Ragwitz (rafl), Felix Antonius Wilhelm Ostmann (Sadrak), Lars Thegler (tagg), Kaare Rasmussen, Anton Berezin (Grrrr), Henrik Tougaard (htoug), Søren Lund (slu), Ole Tange, Håkan Kjellerstrand (hakank),