[Haskell] NW Functional Programming Interest Group

Jeff Henrikson jehenrik at yahoo.com
Tue Apr 15 23:02:27 EDT 2008

Hi Greg,

Not sure if you're aware but there is already a functional programming 
interest group in Seattle, SeaFunc.  We have been meeting approximately 
every 4 weeks since 2004.  For the sake of people deciding which group 
to follow, could you explain the differences of your scope?  (We also 
discuss Haskell, OCaml, and Scala, among other things.)


Our regularly scheduled meeting is also tomorrow, April 16 (later at 
8pm) at Ralph's Grocery downtown.  Check the list for details.

Jeff Henrikson

> Message-ID: <5de3f5ca0804150821t342512bcv5fd3bb5f02f20bd7 at mail.gmail.com>
> Date: Tue, 15 Apr 2008 08:21:19 -0700
> From: "Greg Meredith" <lgreg.meredith at biosimilarity.com>
> To: haskell at haskell.org, haskell-cafe <haskell-cafe at haskell.org>,
> 	"Scala list" <scala at listes.epfl.ch>, caml-list <caml-list at inria.fr>,
> 	northwest-functional-programming-interest-group at googlegroups.com
> In-Reply-To: <5de3f5ca0802011155l771cc649wa0e671bbe3abe364 at mail.gmail.com>
> Subject: NW Functional Programming Interest Group
> All,
> Apologies for multiple listings.
> It's that time again. Our growing cadre of functionally-minded north
> westerners
> is meeting at the
> The Seattle Public Library
> 1000 - 4th Ave.
> Seattle, WA  98104
> from 18:30 - 20:00 on April 16th.
> This meeting's agenda is a little more fluid, but...
>    - i would like to talk about a proposal i'm mulling over around a much
>    more general account of the Curry-Howard isomorphism by way of iterated
>    distributive laws for monads
>    - we also need to get a couple more people on the hook to give a talk
> Hope to see you there.
> Monadically yours,
> --greg

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