If you'd like to give a talk, announce it here; tell us your name, the title of the talk, a short description. Please also let us know if you won't be attending Saturday afternoon and want to present at some other time.
|Towards "Big Data" in Haskell||Edward Kmett||What is the purpose of the mysterious github.com/analytics account? Why am I doing this? How will it work? What does it mean? When did I start talking to myself?|
|Layering Domain Specific Languages and Such||Gershom Bazerman||A runthough of the talk (http://lambdajam.com/sessions#bazerman) I'm preparing for lambdajam. It will attempt to have something useful to say about adjunctions. I expect fellow attendees will help me reduce the amount that it is incorrect.|
|Signal Processing in (on?) Haskell||Derek Elkins||Probably an introduction to some signal processing concepts and examples in Haskell, unless I find a clever way to apply signal processing to combinatorial species, in which case this will be a very different talk.|
|Program Synthesis with SMT||Tikhon Jelvis||I'll describe what synthesis is and how to hack together a simple synthesizer in Haskell using the sbv library to interact with an SMT solver (probably Microsoft's Z3).|