A conference by developers, for developers.
Functional programming, Distributed systems, Embedded systems, Programming languages, Probabilistic programming, Big data, Profiling & debugging, Artificial intelligence, Machine learning & Deep learning.
Keynote Talk + Programming Languages
Workshops/talks Quoted Domain Specific Languages
Keynote Talk + Functional Programming + Programming Languages + Embedded systems
Workshops/talks A Lisp on NodeMCU: microcontroller dev without sacrificing interactivity
Keynote Talk + Functional Programming
Workshops/talks Refactoring for Functional Programs
Workshops/talks How to recognize good teaching practices using machine learning
Workshops/talks Why Rust?
Workshops/talks Probabilistic programming with PyMC and ArviZ
Workshops/talks Desmitificando machine learning
Workshops/talks Building Web Apps like it's 1972
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Osvaldo MartinTime: 13:00
Phil WadlerTime: 09:40
A simple technique for building Domain-Specific Languages that developers can put to work today.
Karen SerfatyTime: 10:40
How useful are the questions teachers ask their students? And how can we tell the difference with machine learning?
Osvaldo MartinTime: 11:20
Leandro OsteraTime: 12:15
Bringing back the Actor model
5-minute talks by various speakersTime: 14:30
"TL;DR event sourcing" and more to be announced
Santiago PastorinoTime: 15:05
Sebastian WaisbrotTime: 15:45
Simon ThompsonTime: 16:40
Phil Hagelberg (A.K.A. Technomancy)Time: 17:40
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