Daniel Wagner | 27 Apr 00:47 2013

[ANN] Hac Phi 2013

Hac Phi 2013, a Haskell hackathon/get-together, will be held June 7-9
at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.  The hackathon will
officially kick off at 2:30 Friday afternoon, and go until 5pm on
Sunday (with breaks for sleep, of course).  Last year's Hac Phi was a
lot of fun, drawing more than 30 Haskellers, and many people have
already expressed interest in coming back this year.  Everyone is
welcome - you do not have to be a Haskell guru.  Helping hack on
someone else's project could be a great way to increase your 
Haskell-fu.

If you plan on coming, please officially register [1].  Registration,
travel, lodging and many other details can be found on the Hac Phi
wiki [2].  This year, we are making a public list of attendees' names
and nicks - please let us know if you'd prefer not to be listed when
you register.

We're also looking for a few people interested in giving short (15-20
min.) talks, probably on Saturday afternoon.  Anything of interest to
the Haskell community is fair game - a project you've been working on,
a paper, a quick tutorial.  If you'd like to give a talk, add it on
the wiki [3].

Hope to see you in Philadelphia!

- The Hac Phi team
Brent Yorgey (byorgey)
Daniel Wagner (dmwit)
Chris Casinghino (ccasin)

[1] http://www.haskell.org/haskellwiki/Hac_%CF%86/Register
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Daniel Wagner | 23 May 06:36 2013

Re: [ANN] Hac Phi 2013

Just a quick reminder: the registration deadline is tomorrow (Friday) 
at 1430. If you plan on coming, please let us know so we can buy the 
right amount of mealtime goodies and get you hooked up with sweet, sweet 
Internet!

~d

On 2013-04-26 18:47, Daniel Wagner wrote:
> Hac Phi 2013, a Haskell hackathon/get-together, will be held June 7-9
> at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia.  The hackathon will
> officially kick off at 2:30 Friday afternoon, and go until 5pm on
> Sunday (with breaks for sleep, of course).  Last year's Hac Phi was a
> lot of fun, drawing more than 30 Haskellers, and many people have
> already expressed interest in coming back this year.  Everyone is
> welcome - you do not have to be a Haskell guru.  Helping hack on
> someone else's project could be a great way to increase your 
> Haskell-fu.
> 
> If you plan on coming, please officially register [1].  Registration,
> travel, lodging and many other details can be found on the Hac Phi
> wiki [2].  This year, we are making a public list of attendees' names
> and nicks - please let us know if you'd prefer not to be listed when
> you register.
> 
> We're also looking for a few people interested in giving short (15-20
> min.) talks, probably on Saturday afternoon.  Anything of interest to
> the Haskell community is fair game - a project you've been working on,
> a paper, a quick tutorial.  If you'd like to give a talk, add it on
> the wiki [3].
> 
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