[Haskell-cafe] ANN: Free hands-on Haskell workshop in Augsburg, Germany on 2012-12-17 [with German videos]

Ingo Blechschmidt iblech at web.de
Thu Dec 8 15:44:02 UTC 2016

Dear lovers of generalized abstract nonsense,

this mail is directed at Haskell neophytes, novices, and advanced
learners living near Augsburg, Germany; and at Haskell aficionados
living all over the world but speaking German.

On 2012-12-17, we -- the Curry Club Augsburg -- will organize a free
all-day hands-on workshop on Haskell. Join us in the morning without
having seen a single line of Haskell code and leave with working
knowledge of Haskell's basics.

If you already know a bit of Haskell, then learn your ways with
Haskell's vast library ecosystem, how to structure bigger programs, how
to check your code for correctness, and how to write
parsers/websites/numerical simulations/user interfaces/two- and
three-dimensional games.

So that we don't exceed our capacity for individual mentoring during the
workshop, a mandatory but nonbinding registration is necessary. [1]

In case that you want to dive deeper into Haskell and other functional
languages after having participated in the workshop, you are invited to
join us at our monthly meetings. There are typically two to three talks
on a wide range of topics of interest to Haskell programmers, such as
latest news from the Kmettiverse, glimpses into formal logic and proof
assistants like Isabelle, and introductions to the category-theoretic
background of freer monads or to infinite-time Turing machines and
the effective topos. All of our talks are recorded [2].

Our workshop documents are CC-licensed [3]. Feel free to copy them,
modify them, and host Haskell workshops at other places!

Ingo of Augsburg's Curry Club

[1] http://curry-club-augsburg.de/posts/2016-12-06-dritter-workshop.html
[2] https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKV6TVS9DWaEix6l3_l457Q
[3] https://rawgit.com/curry-club-aux/haskell-workshop/gh-pages/uebung.pdf
    (All hail the monad tutorial fallacy. English translation by Harry
    Garrood at https://gist.github.com/iblech/429652a31b05e408262b.)

More information about the Haskell-Cafe mailing list