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== Dutch HUG day ==
 
== Dutch HUG day ==
   
To celebrate our first anniversary, the Dutch Haskell Users Group (HUG) invites Haskell and functional programming enthusiasts in the Netherlands and surrounding area to a short 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 Haskell Hackathon hosted in Utrecht. After a successful year, we will continue the trend with the Dutch HUG Day.
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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.
   
The Dutch HUG Day will be held in Utrecht on the afternoon of Saturday, April 24, 2010. The actual location is not confirmed; however, we will send out a notice as soon as it is confirmed.
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The event was held at the Ordina office in Niewegein, a town not far south of the city of Utrecht.
   
There is a special page dedicated to the
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After dinner, we relocated to [http://utrecht.cafe-olivier.be Caf&#233; Olivier] for drinks.
[http://haskell.org/haskellwiki/Dutch_HUG/DutchHugDay/CFP Call for Praatjes].
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== Program ==
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The afternoon consisted of eight talks, presented in two blocks of four talks.
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<table style="border-collapse: separate; border-spacing: 1em 0.5ex;"> <tr> <td>13:00</td> <td>Reception</td> </tr> <tr> <td>13:30</td> <td>Welcome</td> </tr> <tr> <td>13:45</td> <td><strong>[http://dutchhug.nl/static/dutchhugday-2010/lightweight-program-inversion.pdf Lightweight Program Inversion]</strong><br/><em>Janis Voigtl&#228;nder (University of Bonn)</em></td> </tr> <tr> <td>14:00</td> <td><strong>[http://dutchhug.nl/static/dutchhugday-2010/functional-programming-in-the-industry.pdf Functional Programming in the Industry?]</strong><br/><em>Stef Joosten (Ordina, Open University of the Netherlands)</em></td> </tr> <tr> <td>14:30</td> <td><strong>[http://dutchhug.nl/static/dutchhugday-2010/blazehtml.pdf BlazeHtml: Design of a Blazingly Fast HTML Combinator Library]</strong> [[http://github.com/jaspervdj/BlazeHtml github]]<br/><em>Jasper van der Jeugt (Ghent University)</em></td> </tr> <tr> <td>15:00</td> <td><strong>[http://dutchhug.nl/static/dutchhugday-2010/functional-programming-typlab.pdf Functional Programming at typLAB]</strong><br/><em>Erik Hesselink (typLAB)</em></td> </tr> <tr> <td>15:30</td> <td>Break</td> </tr> <tr> <td>16:00</td> <td><strong>[http://dutchhug.nl/static/dutchhugday-2010/clash.pdf C&#955;ash: Haskell-ish Hardware Descriptions]</strong> [[http://wwwhome.cs.utwente.nl/~baaijcpr/ClaSH/Index.html website]]<br/><em>Matthijs Kooijman (formerly University of Twente)</em></td> </tr> <tr> <td>16:30</td> <td><strong>[http://dutchhug.nl/static/dutchhugday-2010/why-haskell-does-not-matter.pdf Why Haskell Does Not Matter]</strong><br/><em>Stefan Holdermans (Vector Fabrics)</em></td> </tr> <tr> <td>17:00</td> <td><strong>[http://dutchhug.nl/static/dutchhugday-2010/lightweight-monadic-regions.pdf Lightweight Monadic Regions]</strong> [[http://hackage.haskell.org/package/regions hackage]]<br/><em>Bas van Dijk (Radboud University Nijmegen, Sensor Sense)</em></td> </tr> <tr> <td>17:30</td> <td><strong>[http://dutchhug.nl/static/dutchhugday-2010/sirenial.pdf Sirenial: Type-safe SQL Wrapper]</strong> [[http://code.google.com/p/sirenial/ google code]]<br/><em>Martijn van Steenbergen (Utrecht University)</em></td> </tr> <tr> <td>17:40</td> <td>Discussion</td> </tr> <tr> <td>18:00</td> <td>Dinner</td> </tr> <tr> <td>19:00</td> <td>Depart</td> </tr> <tr> <td>19:30</td> <td>Drinks at Caf&#233; Olivier</td> </tr> </table>
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== Sponsor ==
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[[Image:OrdinaLogo.gif]]
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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.
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* http://www.ordina.com/ in English
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* http://www.ordina.nl/ in het Nederlands
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== Organizers ==
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* Sean Leather
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* Chris Eidhof
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[edit] 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.

[edit] 2 Program

The afternoon consisted of eight talks, presented in two blocks of four talks.

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 [github]
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 [website]
Matthijs Kooijman (formerly University of Twente)
16:30 Why Haskell Does Not Matter
Stefan Holdermans (Vector Fabrics)
17:00 Lightweight Monadic Regions [hackage]
Bas van Dijk (Radboud University Nijmegen, Sensor Sense)
17:30 Sirenial: Type-safe SQL Wrapper [google code]
Martijn van Steenbergen (Utrecht University)
17:40 Discussion
18:00 Dinner
19:00 Depart
19:30 Drinks at Café Olivier


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OrdinaLogo.gif

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.

[edit] 4 Organizers

  • Sean Leather
  • Chris Eidhof