1. This video covers dynamic linking in the D programming language. You'll have the unique opportunity to experience a travel through the dark, creepy seven levels of DLL hell. But be not afraid, there's a light at the end of the tunnel! D Dynamic Libraries will save you from damnation and bring a fresh breeze into the stale, static world. Ultimately, you'll be taken for a twist in lively and dynamic Tango at the highest reaches of DDL heaven*
    * Batteries and shiny daemons not included.

    You can download slides from: http://team0xf.com/conference/DDL.pdf

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  2. A talk by dr Rafal Bocian from Nicolaus Copernicus University in Torun - place where the D programming language was officially thought first. Speakers talk about students reaction to the new programming language and also about the programs they had to write to pass the classes.

    Rafal Bocian own wording:
    " In the summer term I had a lecture (30 hours) about
    the D programming language and the Tango library.
    Until the 20th of September, around 100 students
    passed the examination with a positive result. During my talk, I am going to present my remarks
    about the most difficult and the most popular
    constructs in the D language , as well as the most
    useful features in the Tango library."

    Stay tuned for more videos to come!

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  3. Get ready for a quick trip through the Team0xf gamedev directed libraries. See why the D programming language can be the future of the game development - how its flexibility connected with speed can really make a difference. We will abuse threads with Dog, render nice pictures with Hybrid, shock with Nucleus, do magic tricks with XPose, and make you all say OMG! If that's not enough to impress you, get ready to witness presentations of Deadlock and Defend - two Team0xf games under development - proving that the gamedev in D is a fact.

    You can download the slides from:


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  4. The first talk of the second day of the conference was "DReactor" by Rick Richardson.

    Rick's own wording:
    "If Ruby and Erlang had a child, that ghastly
    abomination might look something like DReactor. It
    is an attempt to offer extreme readability and
    extensibility while encouraging fault tolerance and
    massive scalability.Writing networked applications
    is easy. Writing networked applications to support
    tens of thousands concurrent users is hard. Rick will
    wal k through the var ious methods of
    accommodating network traffic using the Tango API.
    Then will showcase the advantages of using
    DReactor (built on Tango) for those chores."

    D reactor surely proves the power of servers written in the D programming language

    You can download slides from: http://team0xf.com/conference/DReactor.pdf

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  5. The second talk on Tango Conference 2008 was about MiniD by Jarrett Billingsley. It covered his project, which happens to be a very promising scripting language.

    Jarrett's own wording:
    "MiniD is what happens when D and Lua get together and drink too much. It's a small but powerful scripting language targeted for use with the D programming language. And without Tango, the new implementation probably wouldn't be possible "

    You can download the slides from:


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