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> Date: Monday, July 23, 2012 7:44:04 AM
> Subject: [pdxfunc] Commercial Users of Functional Programming 2012: Call for Participation
> COMMERCIAL USERS OF FUNCTIONAL PROGRAMMING 2012
> CUFP 2012
> http://cufp.org/conference > CALL FOR PARTICIPATION
> Copenhagen, Denmark
> Sep 13-15
> Co-located with ICFP 2012
> Sponsored by SIGPLAN
> Functional programming has been at the forefront of a new generation
> of programming technologies: Companies employing functional
> programming use it to enable more effective, robust, and flexible
> software development.
> The annual CUFP workshop is designed to serve the growing community of
> commercial users of functional programming: Practitioners meet and
> collaborate; language designers and users can share ideas about the
> future of their languages; experts share their expertise on practical
> functional programming.
> CUFP 2012 features introductory tutorials by top-notch language
> experts, advanced tutorials on specialized topics, and the final day
> of talks about industrial applications of functional programming.
> More information about CUFP 2012 are available on the CUFP web site at:
> Using F# to Prove Stabilization of Biological Networks (Semin Ishtiaq, Microsoft)
> Developing an F# Bioinformatics Application with HTML5 Visualization (Adam Granicz, IntelliFactory)
> Functional Programming @ Ghent IT Valley (Romain Slootmaekers, Nicolas Trangez, Ghent IT Valley)
> The Awesome Haskell FPGA Compiler (Peter Braam, Parallel Scientific)
> Functional programs connected to the power grid (Sebastian Egner, Entelios)
> Clojure iPad analytics dashboard in energy sector (Kevin Lynagh, Keming Labs)
> Developing Medical Software in Scala and Haskell (Stefan Wehr, factis research)
> From Streams to Functions (and Back Again) (Frank McCabe, Starview)
> Development under Security Guidelines (Manuel Maarek, SafeRiver)
> Haskell for XenClient (Matthias Görgens, Citrix)
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