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Potential speakers, please add yourselves to one of the lists below. If you don't want to bother with wiki editing, email Dan (danburton.email AT gmail DOT com) and he will add you to the list.
 
Potential speakers, please add yourselves to one of the lists below. If you don't want to bother with wiki editing, email Dan (danburton.email AT gmail DOT com) and he will add you to the list.
   
In no particular order:
 
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Presentation schedules are entirely tentative at this point. The general idea is to try and shepherd talks into buckets in the morning (10am-noon), early afternoon (1-3pm), and late afternoon (4-6pm). If you would like to present under a given category but cannot be present at the allocated time, just let Dan know. We're flexible!
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In tentative chronological order:
   
 
== Professional Haskell experience report ==
 
== Professional Haskell experience report ==
   
* Presenter One: topic one
 
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Tentatively scheduled: Friday late afternoon
* Presenter Two: topic two
 
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* Presenter A: topic A
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* Presenter B: topic B
 
* ...
 
* ...
   
== Open Source Haskell project overview ==
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== Introductory Haskell & tooling ==
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Tentatively scheduled: Saturday morning
   
* Presenter One: topic one
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* Presenter A: topic A
* Presenter Two: topic two
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* Presenter B: topic B
 
* ...
 
* ...
   
== Open Source Haskell project implementation deep dive ==
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== Open Source Haskell project overview ==
   
* Presenter One: topic one
 
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Tentatively scheduled: Saturday early afternoon
* Presenter Two: topic two
 
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* Presenter A: topic A
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* Presenter B: topic B
 
* ...
 
* ...
   
== Abstract concepts taught via follow-along Haskell code snippets ==
 
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== Open Source Haskell project implementation deep dive ==
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Tentatively scheduled: Saturday late afternoon
   
* Presenter One: topic one
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* Presenter A: topic A
* Presenter Two: topic two
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* Presenter B: topic B
 
* ...
 
* ...
   
== Introductory Haskell & tooling ==
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== Intermediate/Advanced Haskell & tooling ==
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Tentatively scheduled: Sunday morning
   
* Presenter One: topic one
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* Presenter A: topic A
* Presenter Two: topic two
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* Presenter B: topic B
 
* ...
 
* ...
   
== Intermediate/Advanced Haskell & tooling ==
 
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== Abstract concepts taught via follow-along Haskell code snippets ==
   
* Presenter One: topic one
 
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Tentatively scheduled: Sunday early afternoon
* Presenter Two: topic two
 
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  +
* Presenter A: topic A
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* Presenter B: topic B
 
* ...
 
* ...
   
 
== Misc (theory talks, random tips & tricks, editors, continuous integration, etc.) ==
 
== Misc (theory talks, random tips & tricks, editors, continuous integration, etc.) ==
   
* Presenter One: topic one
 
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Tentatively scheduled: Sunday late afternoon
* Presenter Two: topic two
 
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* Presenter A: topic A
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* Presenter B: topic B
 
* ...
 
* ...

Revision as of 01:00, 25 January 2017

Potential speakers, please add yourselves to one of the lists below. If you don't want to bother with wiki editing, email Dan (danburton.email AT gmail DOT com) and he will add you to the list.

Presentation schedules are entirely tentative at this point. The general idea is to try and shepherd talks into buckets in the morning (10am-noon), early afternoon (1-3pm), and late afternoon (4-6pm). If you would like to present under a given category but cannot be present at the allocated time, just let Dan know. We're flexible!

In tentative chronological order:

Professional Haskell experience report

Tentatively scheduled: Friday late afternoon

  • Presenter A: topic A
  • Presenter B: topic B
  • ...

Introductory Haskell & tooling

Tentatively scheduled: Saturday morning

  • Presenter A: topic A
  • Presenter B: topic B
  • ...

Open Source Haskell project overview

Tentatively scheduled: Saturday early afternoon

  • Presenter A: topic A
  • Presenter B: topic B
  • ...

Open Source Haskell project implementation deep dive

Tentatively scheduled: Saturday late afternoon

  • Presenter A: topic A
  • Presenter B: topic B
  • ...

Intermediate/Advanced Haskell & tooling

Tentatively scheduled: Sunday morning

  • Presenter A: topic A
  • Presenter B: topic B
  • ...

Abstract concepts taught via follow-along Haskell code snippets

Tentatively scheduled: Sunday early afternoon

  • Presenter A: topic A
  • Presenter B: topic B
  • ...

Misc (theory talks, random tips & tricks, editors, continuous integration, etc.)

Tentatively scheduled: Sunday late afternoon

  • Presenter A: topic A
  • Presenter B: topic B
  • ...