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== Dutch HUG day ==
 
== Dutch HUG day ==
   
* 24 April 2010
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On '''Saturday 24 April 2010''' we organized the Dutch HUG day, an afternoon symposium, to celebrate the first anniversary of the Dutch Haskell Users Group (HUG). The group was founded on Sunday, April 19, 2009 at the [http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Hac5 Haskell Hackathon] hosted in Utrecht. After a successful year, we renewed the trend with the Dutch HUG Day.
* '''Ordina office, Nieuwegein, The Netherlands'''
 
* Registration is now closed.
 
   
== Introduction ==
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The event was held at the Ordina office in Niewegein, a town not far south of the city of Utrecht.
   
To celebrate our first anniversary, the Dutch Haskell Users Group (HUG) invites Haskell and functional programming enthusiasts in the Netherlands and surrounding area to an afternoon symposium. The Dutch HUG is an informal group with monthly meetings including talks on novel applications of Haskell and socializing in the neighborhood pub. The group was founded on Sunday, April 19, 2009 at the [http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Hac5 Haskell Hackathon] hosted in Utrecht. After a successful year, we renew the trend with the Dutch HUG Day.
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After dinner, we relocated to [http://utrecht.cafe-olivier.be Caf&#233; Olivier] for drinks.
 
== Invitation ==
 
 
'''Please send an email to Sean Leather <leather@cs.uu.nl> by Tuesday, 20 April!'''
 
 
 
Join us for a half day of fun and functional programming! We have some great "praatjes" (the Dutch word for talks) lined up. (Just in case you were confused by my "Call for Praatjes," all talks will be in English.) Along with talks, you can join us afterwards for a buffet dinner, graciously provided by our sponsor Ordina.
 
 
The registration will allow Ordina to know how many people to expect and to satisfy their security concerns. They are also looking for recruiting options and will send attendees an email describing potential opportunities.
 
   
 
== Program ==
 
== Program ==
   
We are happy to announce a preliminary program. Note that the particular titles or order of talks may change, but the general schedule should remain the same.
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<td>13:00</td>
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<td>13:00
<td>Reception</td>
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<td>Reception
<td></td>
 
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<td>13:30</td>
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<td>13:30
<td>Welcome</td>
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<td>Welcome
<td></td>
 
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<td>13:45</td>
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<td>13:45
<td>Lightweight Program Inversion</td>
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<td>Lightweight Program Inversion<br><em>Janis Voigtl&#228;nder (University of Bonn)</em>
<td>Janis Voigtl&#228;nder (University of Bonn)</td>
 
</tr>
 
 
<tr>
 
<tr>
<td>14:00</td>
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<td>14:00
<td>Functional Programming in the Industry?</td>
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<td>Functional Programming in the Industry?<br><em>Stef Joosten (Ordina, Open University of the Netherlands)</em>
<td>Stef Joosten (Ordina, Open University of the Netherlands)</td>
 
</tr>
 
 
<tr>
 
<tr>
<td>14:30</td>
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<td>14:30
<td>BlazeHtml: Design of a Blazingly Fast HTML Combinator Library</td>
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<td>BlazeHtml: Design of a Blazingly Fast HTML Combinator Library<br><em>Jasper van der Jeugt (Ghent University)</em>
<td>Jasper van der Jeugt (Ghent University)</td>
 
</tr>
 
 
<tr>
 
<tr>
<td>15:00</td>
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<td>15:00
<td>Functional Programming at typLAB</td>
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<td>[http://dutchhug.nl/static/dutchhugday-2010/functional-programming-typlab.pdf Functional Programming at typLAB]<br><em>Erik Hesselink (typLAB)</em>
<td>Erik Hesselink (typLAB)</td>
 
</tr>
 
 
<tr>
 
<tr>
<td>15:30</td>
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<td>15:30
<td>Break</td>
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<td>Break
<td></td>
 
</tr>
 
 
<tr>
 
<tr>
<td>16:00</td>
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<td>16:00
<td>C&#955;ash: Haskell-ish Hardware Descriptions</td>
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<td>C&#955;ash: Haskell-ish Hardware Descriptions<br><em>Matthijs Kooijman (formerly University of Twente)</em>
<td>Matthijs Kooijman (formerly University of Twente)</td>
 
</tr>
 
 
<tr>
 
<tr>
<td>16:30</td>
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<td>16:30
<td>Why Haskell Does Not Matter</td>
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<td>Why Haskell Does Not Matter<br><em>Stefan Holdermans (Vector Fabrics)</em>
<td>Stefan Holdermans (Vector Fabrics)</td>
 
</tr>
 
 
<tr>
 
<tr>
<td>17:00</td>
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<td>17:00
<td>Lightweight Monadic Regions</td>
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<td>Lightweight Monadic Regions<br><em>Bas van Dijk (Radboud University Nijmegen, Sensor Sense)</em>
<td>Bas van Dijk (Radboud University Nijmegen, Sensor Sense)</td>
 
</tr>
 
 
<tr>
 
<tr>
<td>17:30</td>
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<td>17:30
<td>Sirenial: Type-safe SQL Wrapper</td>
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<td>Sirenial: Type-safe SQL Wrapper<br><em>Martijn van Steenbergen (Utrecht University)</em>
<td>Martijn van Steenbergen (Utrecht University)</td>
 
</tr>
 
 
<tr>
 
<tr>
<td>17:40</td>
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<td>17:40
<td>Discussion</td>
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<td>Discussion
<td></td>
 
</tr>
 
 
<tr>
 
<tr>
<td>18:00</td>
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<td>18:00
<td>Dinner</td>
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<td>Dinner
<td></td>
 
</tr>
 
 
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<tr>
<td>19:00</td>
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<td>19:00
<td>Depart</td>
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<td>Depart
<td></td>
 
</tr>
 
 
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<tr>
<td>19:30</td>
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<td>19:30
<td>Drinks at Caf&#233; Olivier (see below)</td>
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<td>Drinks at Caf&#233; Olivier
<td></td>
 
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</table>
 
</table>
 
 
== Location ==
 
 
The event will be held at the Ordina office in Niewegein, a town not far south of the city of Utrecht. You can get there by train to Utrecht Centraal and tram (the Utrecht "sneltram") to P+R Westraven.
 
 
Details on the location can be found at the following link, and we will put more information on our website soon.
 
 
* http://www.ordina.com/Vestigingen/Nieuwegein.aspx
 
 
After dinner, we will go to Caf&#233; Olivier for drinks (note that this is not sponsered). Caf&#233; Olivier is located next to Hoog Catherijne and close to the Central Station. Their website has a map with how to get there: http://utrecht.cafe-olivier.be/content/RouteContact
 
   
 
== Sponsor ==
 
== Sponsor ==
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We are grateful to Ordina for allowing us to host this event on their premises. They are also kindly providing drinks during the breaks and dinner afterwards for all participants. You should come and hear from our host how they make use of functional programming.
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We are grateful to Ordina for hosting this event on their premises. They also kindly provided drinks during the breaks and dinner afterwards for all participants.
   
 
* http://www.ordina.com/ in English
 
* http://www.ordina.com/ in English

Revision as of 08:50, 26 April 2010

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1 Dutch HUG day

On Saturday 24 April 2010 we organized the Dutch HUG day, an afternoon symposium, to celebrate the first anniversary of the Dutch Haskell Users Group (HUG). The group was founded on Sunday, April 19, 2009 at the Haskell Hackathon hosted in Utrecht. After a successful year, we renewed the trend with the Dutch HUG Day.

The event was held at the Ordina office in Niewegein, a town not far south of the city of Utrecht.

After dinner, we relocated to Café Olivier for drinks.

2 Program

13:00 Reception
13:30 Welcome
13:45 Lightweight Program Inversion
Janis Voigtländer (University of Bonn)
14:00 Functional Programming in the Industry?
Stef Joosten (Ordina, Open University of the Netherlands)
14:30 BlazeHtml: Design of a Blazingly Fast HTML Combinator Library
Jasper van der Jeugt (Ghent University)
15:00 Functional Programming at typLAB
Erik Hesselink (typLAB)
15:30 Break
16:00 Cλash: Haskell-ish Hardware Descriptions
Matthijs Kooijman (formerly University of Twente)
16:30 Why Haskell Does Not Matter
Stefan Holdermans (Vector Fabrics)
17:00 Lightweight Monadic Regions
Bas van Dijk (Radboud University Nijmegen, Sensor Sense)
17:30 Sirenial: Type-safe SQL Wrapper
Martijn van Steenbergen (Utrecht University)
17:40 Discussion
18:00 Dinner
19:00 Depart
19:30 Drinks at Café Olivier

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We are grateful to Ordina for hosting this event on their premises. They also kindly provided drinks during the breaks and dinner afterwards for all participants.

4 Organizers

  • Sean Leather
  • Chris Eidhof