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I'm putting together an outline for a Lua tutorial at the Xtreme Games 
Developer's miniConference (xgdc).

While I'm no LUA expert, I'd really like to evangelize the system
to those attending.

The format is ~50 minutes of talk, and there's alot of ground to cover
(I'm thinking of requesting two slots ;-)

I've put up the abstract and outline for the course on my web site,
and I'd like to get comments from this list about them.  Have I missed
something big?  Do you think I'm trying to cover too much ground?
Do I have bad ordering on some topics?

The talk will cover Lua 4.1, which I expect to be generally available--or i
very close to it--by the time the conference rolls around (September 29-30).

The URL for the outline and abstract is:

For those interested in the conference, which is held at the Santa Clara 
Convention Center (in the Silicon Valley, CA), check out

Mike Cuddy (, MC312), Programmer, Daddy, Human.
Fen's Ende Software, Redwood City, CA, USA, Earth, Sol System, Milky Way.

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