LambdaConf 2016 conference report

2016-06-05

I attended LambdaConf 2016 in Boulder, Colorado, from 26 to 28 May 2016. This was my first time in Boulder and the views of the mountains were quite impressive. Maybe if I go next year I’ll take the time to climb up some of those mountains:

Boulder, CO

So, on to the conference: I had a great time and had the opportunity to meet many interesting people. Now, it’s important to remember that this was a functional programming conference, so the geekiness was turned all the way up to 11. It was all semigroups, monads and setoids. And it was bliss.

Highlights for me included:

This is a necessarily brief rundown of the highlights.

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