FringeDC formal meeting, March 22

I’ll be giving a talk about xmonad at next weekend’s FringeDC formal meeting — more details on exactly what I plan to talk about soon. In the meantime, the details are below. Come on out if you’re in the DC area, and if you’re not, I’ll post some slides and (hopefully!) video afterwards. (I’d really love for it to be recorded on video, so if you plan to come and would be able to record it, let me know!)

FringeDC Formal Meeting March 22nd at 1PM- Haskell Spectacular: XMonad, Zippers and More!

FringeDC is a group in Washington DC interested in Fringe Programming Languages (Lisp, Haskell, Erlang, Prolog, etc.)

Our next meeting features Brent Yorgey, who is well known in the Haskell community and a contributor to XMonad. For those who don’t know, XMonad (a purely functional windows manager) is often lauded (well, by me at least, but others as well :-) as a masterpiece in software engineering. It cleanly marries elegant functional programming code with the ugliest of uglies, the X windows system. Brent will be giving an intro to Haskell and explain the nuts of bolts of extending XMonad. As an opener, Philip Fominykh will be giving an opening presentation on Zippers, an exotic purely functional data structure popular among Haskellers!

The Meeting is will be held on Saturday, March 22nd. It is hosted by Clark&Parsia, a developer of OWL/Semantic Web reasoning software in downtown DC. After the presentation, we’ll grab some food nearby and talk programming languages.

926 N St NW Rear
Studio #1
Washington DC 20001
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About Brent

Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Hendrix College. Functional programmer, mathematician, teacher, pianist, follower of Jesus.
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