Visiting Portland!

Woohoo! I’m headed to Portland in a few weeks to visit PSU — arriving on the evening of Thursday Feb. 14 and heading back on the morning of Sunday the 17th. So I’ll have two whole days in which to visit PSU, see the (by all accounts beautiful) city of Portland, and hopefully — which is the main reason for this blog post — squeeze in a chance to meet some cool Portlandites. If you’re reading this and you live in Portland, chances are that you count. =) Drop me a comment if you’d be interested in meeting up and hopefully we can work something out!

I’m also looking for a place to stay while I’m there — nothing fancy required, just a place to crash. If anyone would be willing and able to put me up for those three nights, I’d be immensely grateful. I could stay in a hotel, of course, but staying with someone would be a lot more fun, and a better opportunity to meet people.

About Brent

Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Hendrix College. Functional programmer, mathematician, teacher, pianist, follower of Jesus.
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2 Responses to Visiting Portland!

  1. We don’t really know each other, but I recognize your name from Lambdacats (as well as the mailing lists). I’m a grad student at PSU, so I’ll probably see you there. But just in case not, email me if you want to meet up for coffee or something. It’s always fun to meet other Haskellers.

    You’re visiting as a prospective grad student, I take it?

    I also might be able to put you up — if you’re interested, email me (my web site should make it pretty obvious how to.)

  2. Brent says:

    Hi Tim, I recognize your name too. =) Yes, I’ve been accepted to the PhD program in CS, so coming to visit as a prospective student. I guess my post didn’t really make that clear. I’ll send you an e-mail later today.

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