[Haskell-cafe] Canberra interest?
benl at ouroborus.net
Mon Nov 18 01:32:26 UTC 2013
On 18/11/2013, at 11:12 AM, Tony Morris wrote:
> Hello, I am from Brisbane, Australia and it is my mission to teach
> functional programming to all and especially Australia. I am tasked with
> this mission by my employer, NICTA, which is funded by the Australia
> With support from NICTA, I usually run (free) courses to assist in this
> mission and have done so in Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane. However, I
> often wonder about any interest in Canberra. I do not find any user
> interest groups related to Functional Programming or language-specific
> such as Haskell when I search, so I was hoping to seek out any
> expressions of interest here.
> Are any of you from Canberra? If so, are you interested in learning more
> about functional programming? Would you be interested in attending a 2
> or 3 day workshop? Do you have peers who would also be interested? If
> these people exist, how might I contact them?
I am from Canberra originally.
On the academic side, talk to:
Clem Baker-Finch -- teaches programming languages at ANU.
Uwe Zimmer -- teaches first year programming in Haskell at ANU.
Also anyone who is tutoring for them.
There are also FP people in the RSISE/NICTA lab, but they are more experienced researchers that don't need
the basics of functional programming taught to them. Eg:
Michael Norrish -- is associated with the L4 verified project here in Sydney.
At one time Alex Mason was organising some FP events from Canberra, but I haven't heard anything about him for a year or more. I suspect he's graduated by now (was an undergrad at ANU).
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