Meeting new people at ICFP

This afternoon I’ll be getting on a plane to Vancouver for ICFP. I’m looking forward to seeing many friends, of course, but I also enjoy meeting new people—whether or not they are “famous”, whether or not I think they can “advance my career”. So I’ll just throw this out there: if you will be in Vancouver this week and would like to meet me, just leave a comment and I will make a point of trying to find you to chat! I’ll be attending the Haskell Implementor’s Workshop, the Ally Skills Tutorial, ICFP itself, the Haskell Symposium, and FARM, but there’s also plenty of time to chat in the hallway or over a meal.

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 Meeting new people at ICFP

  1. Aahlad Gogineni says:

    Hi Brent, I’d love to meet you at ICFP or the workshops that follow if you have a few minutes to spare. I share your interest in mathematical structures and their applications in programming languages. (Although I have relatively little experience with programming or programming language theory – having spent most of my time learning mathematics)

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