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There is this long-running workshop series Haskell in Leipzig, which is a meeting of all kinds of Haskell-interested folks (beginners, experts, developers, scientists), and for year’s instance, HaL 2016, I have the honour of being the program committee chair.
The original deadline passed last week, and after looking through the submissions it became clear that although the quality was good, the quantitiy was still lacking. I therefore extended the submission deadline by two weeks, until July 15th.
So if you have something worth talking about, please do submit a proposal1 and come to Leipzig!.
Why should you submit here? Because it gives you a platform to talk about your ideas to an audience that usually does not consist just of your fellow speakers, as it is often with purely academic workshops, but “real” listeners of various kinds. And it is a fun event.
And why should you come to Leipzig? Because of all the interesting talks and tutorials! Of course I cannot say a lot here yet, besides that our invited speaker Alejandro Russo from Chalmers and Gothenburg University will present his work on information-flow control in Haskell (i.e., SecLib, LIO, MAC, HLIO).
And if you want to save me from sleepless nights, submit the first version a few days before the deadline…↩