[Haskell] A fun afternoon in Oxford

Tom Harper rtomharper at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 16:46:49 CET 2012

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:

A handy map:

More info:

Hope to see you there!

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

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