The workshop will be co-located with ICFP in Oxford, and is devoted to the use of “static type information…used effectively in the development of computer programs”, construed broadly (see the CFP for more specific examples of what is in scope). Last year’s workshop drew a relativey large crowd and had a lot of really great papers and talks, and I expect this year to be no different! Andrew Kennedy (Facebook UK) will also be giving an invited keynote talk.
Please consider submitting something! We are looking for both full papers as well as two-page extended abstracts reporting work in progress. The submission deadline for regular papers is 24 May, and 7 June for extended abstracts.
Which I think (though I am not certain) that we decided is pronounced like “tidy”.↩