[Haskell-cafe] [ANN] Canberra -- Introduction to Functional Programming course (free)

Tony Morris tonymorris at gmail.com
Mon Dec 16 03:43:22 UTC 2013

*Title: *Introduction to Functional Programming
*Presenters:* Mark Hibberd and Tony Morris
*When: * Tuesday 4th, Wednesday 5^th & Thursday 6^th February,  9.00am
-- 5.00pm (lunch will be provided)
*Where:  *NICTA CRL, Tower A, 7 London Circuit, Canberra ACT
*Cost:* Free

*Abstract:*NICTA will be hosting a hands-on, three day Introduction to
Functional Programming, for interested participants (internal and external).

We will be using the Haskell programming language for our journey over
the three days and this session requires no prior experience with
functional programming.

You will be required to bring a suitable development machine (portable)
for working through the exercises. You will also need to install Glasgow
Haskell Compiler (http://www.haskell.org/ghc/) version 7 or higher on
that machine. There are no other primary requirements.


Each session will be instructed by Mark Hibberd (NICTA) and Tony Morris
(NICTA), to help you along your path of FP discovery, wherever that
might be.

If you are interested in attending this course, please email your EOI to
the below email address. In your response, it is very helpful for us to
understand your goals in order to make the best of the time we will
have, so please take the time to answer the below questions in your
response. Your answers will not be shared- just used to construct the
course structure/ material. Attendees will be selected based on the
answers provided:


1. How would you rate your level of understanding of functional programming?

2. What would you hope to get out of the session?


*Expression of Interest:*To haylee.alder at nicta.com.au
<mailto:haylee.alder at nicta.com.au> by *Friday 24 January, 5pm*.

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