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PolyConf 16

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PolyConf is a three-day, single track, multi-disciplinary, non-profit conference on advanced technologies for programmers interested in polyglot approach to software development.

About

PolyConf is a three-day, single track, multi-disciplinary conference on advanced technologies for programmers interested in polyglot approach to software development

Important dates:

  • CFP closes: Mar 13, 2016
  • Community voting: Mar 20 - Mar 31th, 2016
  • Speaker notification: Apr 3, 2016
  • Conference: June 30 - July 2, 2016

Speaker benefits:

  • Free admission to the conference
  • Up to 3 nights at the conference hotel
  • We cover the travel cost up to 256 EUR in Europe / up to 1024 EUR outside Europe
  • If your company or employer covers your travel and accommodation costs then it will be added as a Bronze sponsor on the website

Sessions are 30 minutes long (including Q&A). Workshops are 4 hours long.

Send questions to: hello@polyconf.com

Talks

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Language-agnostic static analysis with abstract ASTs

Marcin Wyszynski, CTO at codebeat
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Pick Your Battles

Zef Hemel, VP Engineering STX Next
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Experience report: Clojure on iOS with React Native

Jelle Akkerman, Dev/Design at Fy
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Oden - A Functional Programming Language for the Go Ecosystem

Oskar Wickström, Software Developer
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Back to Basics: Discussing Prototypes with the Terminator

Christoph Gockel, Software Craftsman at 8th Light
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OOP -> FP

Julia Gao, Software Developer
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Functional Thinking

Artur Czajka, Haskell Enthusiast
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Lwan project: an experimental, scalable, high-performance HTTP server

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The Linguistic Relativity of Programming Languages

Jenna Zeigen, Engineering Manager at DigitalOcean
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Owning Ownership: How Thinking About Ownership Prevents Bugs

Sean Griffin, Committer to Ruby on Rails, Maintainer of Active Record, Creator of Diesel
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Static web generated with ClojureScript and React

Josef Pospíšil, Searching for the meaning of everything.
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Elm for JavaScript Developers

Jack Franklin, Developer Evangelist at Pusher
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Exploring The Universal Library

Szymon Kaliski, freelance creative technologist
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Nim async voodoo

Andreas Rumpf, Senior Software Engineer at Metatexx GmbH
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Erlang in The Land of Lisp

Jan Stępień, Bringing balance to parentheses
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Datomic in production, 1 year in

Hans Hübner, Managing Director at LambdaWerk
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Dynamics of change: why reactivity matters

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Scaling React Applications

Max Stoiber, Makes styled-components, react-boilerplate, KeystoneJS and CarteBlanche. Open Source Developer, Thinkmill.
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Kemal: Building Lightning Fast Web Applications with Simplicity

Serdar Dogruyol, Lead Developer at Protel
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My adventure with Elm

Yan Cui, Server Architect Developer at Yubl
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Becoming a Polyglot - APIs in 4 Languages

Kirsten Hunter, API Evangelist at Akamai
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From Unikernels to Databases to UIs: Truly full-stack apps in OCaml

Sean Grove, VP of Engineering at PayGarden
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Introducing clojure.spec

Arne Brasseur, Founder of Lambda Island
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Ecto vs. ActiveRecord: A Tale of Two ORMs

Brad Urani, Principal Engineer at Procore
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