Erlang at LL2 live webcast

Joe Armstrong <>
Wed Nov 6 20:20:26 CET 2002



Hello Erlangers,

   Just for fun you might want to tune in on the LL2 conference, at MIT.

   I am giving the first (invited) talk 

   Concurrency Oriented Programming in Erlang.

   See the web page http://ll2.ai.mit.edu/ for updated information.

   This will be a live webcast .. if anybody manges to record this I'd be
grateful ...

   /Joe


---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: 06 Nov 2002 11:07:36 -0500
From: Gregory T. Sullivan <>
To: 
Subject: LL2: Thanks for registering.  Last minute info.

This mail confirms that you have registered for LL2, this Saturday,
Nov. 9, 2002, from 10am-6pm, at MIT.

See the web page http://ll2.ai.mit.edu/ for updated information.

Thanks to the generous sponsorship of Microsoft and Dr. Dobbs Journal,
we will be able to webcast the LL2 proceedings.  The morning session
(10am to 12:35pm EST) can be viewed at:

  http://web.mit.edu/webcast/ailab/mit-ll2-s1-09nov02-80k.ram

and the afternoon, from 1:45pm to 6pm will be at:

  http://web.mit.edu/webcast/ailab/mit-ll2-s2-09nov02-80k.ram

Please publicize this fact to people who will not be able to attend
LL2 in person.

Thanks to our sponsors, food will be provided for morning and
afternoon breaks and lunch.

For those interested in socializing over dinner, we will probably
arrange an informal, pay-your-own-way food-centered activity after the
workshop. 

In addition to our fantastic list of speakers, the group of people
registered for LL2 is an amazingly talented and diverse group.  This
should be an exciting and memorable day.

Looking forward to seeing you at LL2!

The LL2 Program Committee:

   Paul Graham, Arc 
   Jeremy Hylton, Zope Corporation 
   Shriram Krishnamurthi, Brown University 
   Olin Shivers, Georgia Tech. 
   Dan Sugalski, Perl Foundation 
   Greg Sullivan (chair), MIT AI Lab 
   Dan Weinreb, BEA Systems, Inc 




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