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Yesterday, which happened to be my 30th birthday, a small package got delivered to my office: The printed proceedings of last year's “Trends in Functional Programming” conference, where I published a paper on Call Arity (preprint). Although I doubt the usefulness of printed proceedings, it was a nicely timed birthday present.
Looking at the rather short table of contents – only 8 papers, after 27 presented and 22 submitted – I thought that this might mean that, with some luck, I might have chances to get the “Best student paper award”, which I presumed to be announced at the next iteration of the conference.
For no particular reason I was leisurely browsing through the book, and started to read the preface. And what do I read there?
Among the papers selected for these proceedings, two papers stood out. The award for Best Student Paper went to Joachim Breitner for his paper entitled Call Arity, and the award for Best Paper Overall went to Edwin Brady for his paper entitled Resource-dependent Algebraic Effects. Congratulations!
Now, that is a real nice birthday present! Not sure if I even would have found out about it, had I not have thrown a quick glance at page V...
I hope that it is a good omen for my related ICFP'15 submission.