December 2007

Yariv Sadan on ErlyWeb — video and slides

Yariv Sadan wrapped up our series on web frameworks with a presentation on ErlyWeb at the December 6th, 2007, BayFP meeting. The meeting was graciously hosted at Berkeley — many thanks to Leo Meyerovich for arranging the room for us. Leo posted his highlights of the presentation, or you can watch the presentation yourself and view Yariv’s slides. Sorry it took so long to get this posted.




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Jan 9, 2008 Meeting: Philip Wadler on “Well-typed programs can’t be blamed”

Philip Wadler will be in town for POPL ’08 so we’ve asked him to reprise his ICFP ’07 talk “Well-typed programs can’t be blamed”. He’s been good enough to set us up with a proper room in the ACM conference hotel (it’ll still be free). The meeting will take place in the Nob Hill Room, The Stanford Court Hotel, San Francisco at 7:30pm Wednesday, January 9th, 2008.

Philip is a fantastically smart guy who has made numerous contributions to FP, so please pass this along to other lists/groups as you see fit (we’ve also got a giant room, so a bigger turnout would be nice).

Unlike previous meetings, we’ll skip food service for this one just to keep the hotel happy, so please eat before. (We may go out to a bar for a drink afterward if there’s interest.)

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Reminder and RSVP for ErlyWeb Talk at BayFP

The next BayFP meeting is this Thursday, December 6, 2007 at 7:30pm. We’ll be at Berkeley this month and Yariv Sadan will present ErlyWeb. Details and directions are in the previous post.

If you think you may attend, please RSVP. It’s not required, but it helps us estimate how much pizza to order.

See you on Thursday.

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