[Haskell] A fun afternoon in Oxford

Tom Harper rtomharper at gmail.com
Wed Feb 8 18:51:14 CET 2012

Fun in the Afternoon at the University of Oxford (see below for the
original announcement) is less than 3 weeks away! We have updated the
website[1] with the talks that have been confirmed so far, but still
have room on the program for more.  If anyone is interested in giving
a talk, please contact me ASAP at tom.harper at cs.ox.ac.uk.

If you would like to come along, please register[2] your name to help
us get a more accurate estimate of the number of attendees.

Hope to see you there!

[1] http://sneezy.cs.nott.ac.uk/fun/
[2] http://goo.gl/ycPmp

Tom Harper
DPhil Student
Teaching Assistant
Department of Computer Science
University of Oxford

2012/1/23 Tom Harper <rtomharper at gmail.com>:
> Calling all functional programmers,
> The Department of Computer Science at the University of Oxford will be
> holding a Fun in the Afternoon on the 28th of February, 2012.  Fun in
> the Afternoon is a seminar series that has been held at various
> universities in the UK to bring together anyone interested for an
> afternoon of talks about functional programming. There will be a few
> talks and plenty of chances to socialise.  The atmosphere is friendly
> and informal, and anyone is welcome to attend.
> The talks are a great chance for people to present something they have
> been working on or think others might find interesting.  If you think
> you would like to give a 15-30 minute presentation, please contact me
> at tom.harper at cs.ox.ac.uk.  The sooner the better; the 28th of Feb is
> not that far away!
> You do not have to be an academic or professional functional
> programmer to attend (or even give a talk), just have an interest in
> functional programming.
> There’ll be more details soon, but mark your calendar, and please get
> in contact if you’ve got roughly 15–30 minutes of fun to share.  We
> would also like to get an idea of the number of attendees, so if you
> intend to come, please register using the link below.
> Register here:
> http://goo.gl/ycPmp
> A handy map:
> http://g.co/maps/f5zsb
> More info:
> http://sneezy.cs.nott.ac.uk/fun/
> Hope to see you there!

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