[erlang-questions] FP Days 2013 (Cambridge, UK) Call for Speakers closing soon

Francesco Cesarini <>
Mon Jun 17 19:08:37 CEST 2013


Hi All,

We had a few Erlang talks at this conference last year, alongside some 
really impressive names in FP. For anyone wanting to visit Cambridge, I 
can warmly recommend submitting either a talk or a tutorial.

Francesco

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Subject: 	Francesco, FP Days 2013 (Cambridge, UK) Call for Speakers 
closing soon
Date: 	Mon, 17 Jun 2013 09:00:59 -0400
From: 	Mark Dalgarno <>
To: 	Francesco Cesarini <>



Francesco, FP Days 2013 (Cambridge, UK) Call for Speakers closing soon
The Call for Speakers 
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for October's FP Days 2013 conference closes this week.

Submission deadline: *Friday 21st June*

We are seeking high-quality session proposals covering any aspect of 
Functional Programming in any language. Hands-on sessions, experience 
reports, tutorials, panels and other interactive sessions are 
particularly encouraged although more theoretical sessions are also 
welcom e.

We welcome sessions from 45 to 180 minutes.

This year's conference runs from 24th-25th October and will be held at a 
new, larger venue - Murray Edwards College, Cambridge.

In addition to paying no conference fees, being a speaker gives you a 
unique opportunity to present your viewpoint to our audience.

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