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The NY Haskell Users Group is for all programmers either interested in or experienced with the Haskell programming language. We want to build a community of Haskell developers in the New York area that can share knowledge, projects, and experience, and to generally foster and encourage strongly typed functional programming, in all languages, all settings, and all industries. Our events center around talks, but we have also hosted social hours, code workshops, and a hackathon. Regular meetings are on the fourth wednesday of each month.

We post videos of all talks on our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCzNYHE7Kj6pBqq5h8LG9Zcg)

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Haskell CoHack

Microsoft Reactor

Tackle a personal project, ask or answer your Haskell questions, help a newbie get up and running (or get help yourself), or start a new collaboration with other community members. It's up to you. Just bring a laptop and a positive attitude. We strive to be welcoming, supportive, and uplifting, no matter your background or goals. NOTE: You MUST register with a full name to attend. This is required for building security. There is a limited number of spaces available, so please unregister if you cannot come. Rough schedule: * 11:00 - 11:30 Welcome and goal-setting * 11:30 - 12:15 Lightning talks * 12:15: Lunch available * 12:15 - 4:15 Work time * 4:15 - 5:00 Project sharing and recap To maintain focus, we do ask everyone to state a goal for the session at the start, and reflect on their progress as we finish up. But aside from that, we're pretty laid-back. There's no competition or winners or losers; we are all here to support each other. Lightning talks will be 10 minutes each (including questions, if you leave time for them), with first-come-first-served same day signups. Keep in mind that you will have an audience of varying backgrounds. Power and food will be provided.

Haskell CoHack

Microsoft Reactor

Tackle a personal project, ask or answer your Haskell questions, help a newbie get up and running (or get help yourself), or start a new collaboration with other community members. It's up to you. Just bring a laptop and a positive attitude. We strive to be welcoming, supportive, and uplifting, no matter your background or goals. NOTE: You MUST register with a full name to attend. This is required for building security. There is a limited number of spaces available, so please unregister if you cannot come. Rough schedule: * 11:00 - 11:15 Welcome and goal-setting * 11:15 - 12:15 Lightning talks * 12:15 - 4:15 Work time * 4:15 - 5:00 Project sharing and recap To maintain focus, we do ask everyone to state a goal for the session at the start, and reflect on their progress as we finish up. But aside from that, we're pretty laid-back. There's no competition or winners or losers; we are all here to support each other. Lightning talks will be 10 minutes each (including questions, if you leave time for them), with first-come-first-served same day signups. Keep in mind that you will have an audience of varying backgrounds. Power and food will be provided.

Haskell CoHack

Microsoft Reactor

Tackle a personal project, ask or answer your Haskell questions, help a newbie get up and running (or get help yourself), or start a new collaboration with other community members. It's up to you. Just bring a laptop and a positive attitude. We strive to be welcoming, supportive, and uplifting, no matter your background or goals. NOTE: You MUST register with a full name to attend. This is required for building security. There is a limited number of spaces available, so please unregister if you cannot come. Rough schedule: * 11:00 - 11:15 Welcome and goal-setting * 11:15 - 12:15 Lightning talks * 12:15 - 4:15 Work time * 4:15 - 5:00 Project sharing and recap To maintain focus, we do ask everyone to state a goal for the session at the start, and reflect on their progress as we finish up. But aside from that, we're pretty laid-back. There's no competition or winners or losers; we are all here to support each other. Lightning talks will be 10 minutes each (including questions, if you leave time for them), with first-come-first-served same day signups. Keep in mind that you will have an audience of varying backgrounds. Power and food will be provided.

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