[Haskell-cafe] [GeekUp] Functional Programming Night at GeekUp Liverpool May
hakim.cassimally at gmail.com
Tue May 24 11:52:08 CEST 2011
Our night of FP-related talks in Liverpool (UK) is next week, on Tuesday 31st!
I'll be giving a brief (and fairly high level) overview of solving a
real world problem in Haskell, namely how to model and take quizzes
with randomly chosen questions and sections.
There'll also be a talk on a Clojure (a modern Lisp), and another on
implementation (again, of Lisp).
Would be great to meet up with some haskell-cafe people there, if
anyone can make it!
On 6 May 2011 15:19, Hakim Cassimally <hakim.cassimally at gmail.com> wrote:
> If anyone's in Northwest UK on Tuesday 31st May, why not come to
> Geekup's first ever "Functional Programming Night"?
> It'll mostly consist of 3 short talks on Haskell, Lisp, and Clojure:
> * Haskell in the Real World (Hakim @osfameron)
> * Implenting a Lisp interpreter in .Net (Simon Johnson)
> * Clojure: why you should be interested in a 50 year old language
> (Tom Mortimer-Jones @morty_uk)
> There will also be beer!
> The talks are likely to be more "general interest" than assuming deep
> knowledge of FP, but it would be great to meet anyone around UK NW to
> gauge interest in more in-depth sessions sometime in the future!
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: John McKerrell <mcknut at gmail.com>
> Date: 6 May 2011 15:10
> Subject: [GeekUp] Functional Programming Night at GeekUp Liverpool May
> To: geekup at googlegroups.com
> Just wanted to announce May's GeekUp properly. We'll be having a
> Functional Programming Extravaganza with three (count em', 3!) talks
> from Hakim Cassimally, Simon Johnson and Tom Mortimer-Jones.
> Meeting in 3345 on Parr Street as ever, talks starting at 7pm but turn
> up from 6:30 and we'll be chatting over beer in the bar.
> Turn-out has been great for the recent events but we're always happy
> to welcome more people, there's more information on lanyrd:
> Let us know you're coming by signing up on that link but feel free to
> turn up anyway, attendance is free and open to all comers of course.
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