Unconference style Haskell meeting #2

  • April 23, 2014 · 6:30 PM
  • MindTouch Inc.

• Agenda:

• 6:30PM - 7:00PM Pizza, refreshments, mingling, and introductions.

• 7:00PM - 8:30PM Lectures and hands-on collaboration. Please if you would like to present something leave a comment on this invitation so we can gauge how many people would like to present, and come prepared.

• The meeting format is as follows:

• We will have two parallel tracks, each running in its own conference room.

• One conference room will be for lecture style presentations and another for hands-on collaboration.

• Lectures room:

• People interested in presenting a Haskell topic, come prepared to do so. If your presentation is one of the most voted, you will have 45 minutes to present.

• At the beginning of the meeting, people interested in presenting will write down the topic of the presentation on a whiteboard.

• Attendees will vote for their favorite lecture topics.

• The two most voted presentations will be selected.

• Hands-on collaboration room:

• People who would like to help or be helped with some specific Haskell topic will be able to do so in the hands-on conference room.

• Access instructions:

• Please confirm your attendance, provide your full name in advance, so we can put you on the guest list for access at the front desk.

• Use the entrance located at the corner of West 'A' street and Columbia (the north west corner of the Columbia building).

• Ask at the security booth to let you go up to MindTouch Inc.'s office on the 6th floor.

• Parking

• There is street parking around the building.

• There is paid parking lots around the building as well.

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  • Tristan W.

    My pleasure, looking forward to the next one (LiquidHaskell)! I hope someone can show off Applicative now that we have Functor under our belts.

    April 26

  • Steve B.

    I second Yuri: Tristan, thank you for the learning opportunity!

    April 24

  • Yuri G.

    Tristan, awesome presentation and discussion! Looking forward to more.

    2 · April 24

  • César N.

    Remember to push the entrance button at the building's door.

    If you need help, call me to my cell phone, or tweet me to @nataren or tweet @sdether.


    April 23

  • Valentin R.

    I'd like to come but I am busy on Wednesday evenings. Is it the only possible day in general?

    April 23

  • César N.

    Everybody who RSVP is on the guest list, see you in a bit.

    April 23

  • César N.

    Los Haskelleros, see you later today!

    April 23

  • César N.

    Oh, a post about the Bananas and Lenses paper, excellent!

    March 29

  • Tristan W.

    The blog post in question is here http://patrickthomson.ghost.io/...­

    Not my post, but I contacted the author and he is happy for me to talk about it. I will probably start with the basics of functors and see how much I can cover from there, which I though was a good idea given the level of everybody in the group.

    March 29

  • César N.

    @Tristan: That's excellent, looking forward to it!

    I think you mentioned that you had a blog post about it, would you share it with the group so we can come slightly prepared for the topic?

    March 28

  • Tristan W.

    Hi César, I will come and bring my talk that I didn't present last time.

    March 28

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