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Revision as of 17:58, 15 April 2018


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San Francisco Bay Area & Silicon Valley Haskell Hackathon

Come join a group of Haskell hackers to enjoy a weekend of learning, sharing, and hacking on a variety of projects. Bring your laptop! All skill levels are welcome.

>>> Register to attend BayHac (it's free!) <<<
When: Friday, April 27th – Sunday, April 29th, 2018
Where: Formation (formerly Takt) office: 35 Stillman St, San Francisco
Cost: Free
Registration: BayHac 2018 Registration form
News and Discussion: BayHac Google Group

This year's BayHac organizers are:

  • Anthony Finch
  • Chris Smith
  • Dan Burton
  • Erica Waichman
  • Tikhon Jelvis

Projects

BayHac is all about the hacking! Add your project below to declare your intent to hack, and inform others on how they can join in.

  • /CodeWorld: Educational computer programming environment using Haskell
  • /hnix: A Haskell re-implementation of the Nix expression language
  • /haddock: Your favourite Haskell documentation generation tool
  • karya: A 2D music language, score editor, or sequencer in Haskell. There is also a synthesis backend, and a konnakol-based haskell DSL for writing rhythmic structures.

Schedule

This year will be lighter on the talks, to allow more free time for hacking. We are still accepting proposals, though please note that at this point only a few more will be accepted: propose a talk.

Friday, April 27

(No talks on Friday)

  • 6:00pm BayHac opens for the day
  • 9:00pm BayHac closes for the day

Saturday, April 28

  • 9:30am BayHac opens for the day
  • 10:00am Talks
  • 12:00pm Lunch
  • 5:00pm BayHac closes for the day

Sunday, April 29

  • 9:30am BayHac opens for the day
  • 10:00am Talks
  • 12:00pm Lunch
  • 5:00pm BayHac closes for the day

Is this a scam to steal my intellectual property?

BayHac is not that kind of hackathon; there is no competitive coding element here. It is only a "hackathon" in the sense that a group of Haskellers will gather to hack on various projects.

See our /Intellectual_Property_Policy

Sponsors

BayHac 2018 is very grateful to our pledged sponsors:

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