We aren't having a Clojure meetup in August, but Factual is providing the venue for an LA Haskell Users Group meetup. Please be sure to RSVP on the Haskell meetup page and not here. Clojure meetups will resume in September.
This is the first in a series of beginner-level talks on common Haskell libraries and tools.
Phil will talk about Parsec, a parser combinator library, and Tim will talk about XMonad, a tiling window manager written in Haskell.
Parking and Directions:
We're in the Gateway West building, next to the Westfield Century City mall on the east side. It's the only building with big red "Westfield" signs on top.
The best place for attendees to park is at the Westfield Century City Mall. Please note that they no longer offer free parking for the first 3 hours. Parking rates are as follows:
0 to 3 hours: $1.00 per hour
3 to 5 hours: $1.00 every 15 minutes
5 hours or more: $24.00
Daily maximum: $24.00
About the Venue:
Factual is a location platform that enables personalized and contextually relevant mobile experiences by enriching mobile location signals with definitive global data. Factual’s real-time data stack builds and maintains data on a global scale, with Factual's core Global Places data covering over 65 million local businesses and points of interest in 50 countries. Factual’s platform also informs location with contextual demographic and commercial data, and offers cleaning and mapping services for business listings and points of interest.