Anil Madhavapeddy | 4 Aug 23:23 2011
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Commercial Users of Functional Programming 2011: Call for Participation

   Commercial Users of Functional Programming Workshop 
                       (CUFP) 2011

                 Call for Participation 

                  Sponsored by SIGPLAN 

                Co-located with ICFP 2011

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                 September 22-24, 2011
                     Tokyo, Japan

        
http://cufp.org/conference/schedule/2011

       Reservation available through ICFP's website

https://regmaster3.com/2011conf/ICFP11/register.php
     Register by Aug. 15th for reduced registration fees
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Functional programming languages have been a hot topic of academic
research for over 35 years, and they have seen an ever larger
practical impact in settings ranging from tech startups to financial
firms to biomedical research labs. At the same time, a vigorous
community of working programmers employing functional languages 
has come into existence.

CUFP is designed to serve this community. The annual CUFP workshop is
a place where people can see how others are using functional
programming to solve real world problems; where practitioners meet and
collaborate; where language designers and users can share ideas about
the future of their favorite language; and where one can learn
practical techniques and approaches for putting functional programming
to work.

CUFP 2011 will feature two days of tutorials given by language
experts, on the 22nd and 23rd, and a day of talks on the 24th.
Attendees may register for any subset of the days.

Day 1, Tutorials (September 22nd)
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   Morning:
     - Building reliable Client-Server Applications in Erlang
       (Francesco Cesarini)
     - Jane Street's OCaml Core library (Yaron Minsky)
   Afternoon:
     - Building a functional OS (Anil Madhavapeddy, David Scott,
       Richard Mortier)
     - Collaborative Scientific Software (Ashish Agarwal)

Day 2, Tutorials (September 23rd)
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   Morning:
     - Parallel Programming in Haskell (Simon Peyton Jones, Simon
       Marlow, Manuel Chakravarty)
     - Systems Programming in Scala (Steven Jensen, Marius Eriksen)
   Afternoon:
     - The Snap framework for web applications in Haskell (Gregory
       Collins)
     - F# for the working functional programmer (Michael Sperber)

Day 3, Talks     (September 24th)
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   Keynote
     Lennart Augustsson (Standard Chartered)

   Theorem-based derivation of an AES Implementation
     John Launchbury (Galois)

   Discrete Event Simulation using Erlang
     Olivier Boudeville (EDF)

   Model based testing of AUTOSAR automotive components
     Thomas Arts (Quviq)

   HTML5 web application development in OCaml
     Keigo Imai (IT Planning)

   Large-scale Internet Services in Scala at Twitter
     Steve Jenson and Wilhelm Bierbaum (Twitter)

   Applying Functional Programming to Build Platform-Independent
   Mobile Applications
     Adam Granicz (Intellifactory)

   Fourteen Days of Haskell: A Real Time Programming Project in Real
   Time
     Gregory Wright (Alcatel-Lucent)

   Disco: using Erlang to implement Mapreduce, Nokia
     Prashanth Mundkur and Ville Tuulos and Jared Flatow (Nokia)

   Functional mzScheme DSLs in Game Development
     Dan Liebgold (Naughty Dog)

   OCaml and Acunu Experience Report
     Tom Wilkie and Andrew Byde (Acunu)

There will be no published proceedings, as the meeting is intended to 
be more a discussion forum than a technical interchange, but videos
of all the talks will be placed online after the event. 

For more information, including presentation abstracts  and the most
recent schedule information, visit:

   
http://cufp.org

See you there! 

Anil Madhavapeddy
Yaron Minsky

Gmane