It's time for the best programming conference of the year, again!
I fly out to Strangeloop later today. Here are the talks I'm planning on attending:
Thursdsay the 18th:
- 09:00 - Joe Armstrong, The Mess We're In
- 10:00 - Stephen Kell, Liberating the Smalltalk Lurking in Unix
- 10:50 - Christine Flood, Shenendoah: Open Source Pauseless GC for OpenJDK
- 12:20 - Leo Meyerovich, The Sociology of Programming Languages
- 13:10 - Paul Snively, Type Systems: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly
- 14:00!! - Core.async Debugging Toolkit, or Production Prolog?
- 15:10!! - Consistency without Consensus, or Aeron: High Performance Messaging?
- 16:00 - Stefanie Schirmer, Dynamic Programming at Ease
Friday the 19th:
- 09:00 - Nada Amin, Programming Should Eat Itself
- 10:00 - Evan Czaplicki, Controlling Time and Space
- 10:50 - Yodit Stanton, The Internet of Things in Practice
- 13:10 - Ian Davis, The Challenges and Benefits of an FRP Frontend
- 14:00 - David Renshaw, Cap'n Proto and Rust: Type Systems for Sharing
- 15:10 - Julia Evans, You Can Be A Kernel Hacker!
- 16:00 - Aaron Bedra, Deterministic Memory Management for Managed Runtimes
- 16:50 - Carin Meier, Sam Aaron - Our Shared Joy of Programming
!! = Denotes time slots I'm uncertain about. Open to suggestions...