18 - 21 June 2019
Poznan, PL

Haskell Summer School

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Four days of Haskell nerding. Lunch included. Bring your laptop

About the event

Monadic Party is a four-days long Haskell summer school. Our vision is to teach in depth with each talk spanning multiple sessions. Because of the additional time at our disposal we can get deeper into each topic to show a larger part of the story behind the subject.

We will have three tracks, one for programmers that aren't experienced in Haskell and would like to learn it from the basic concepts. The other tracks are for people already familiar with the language and will present a selection of talks and workshops on a variety of topics. We will announce the list of topics after our call for speakers closes at the end of February.

For the attendees that arrive on the 17th, and we have a preparty lined up. Check a signup email for more details.

We chose Poznan to host the summer school because of its architecture, culture and nightlife. The venue is a recently restored lovely old building at Mlynska 12 where we have the whole highest floor at our disposal. So the only thing you need is a ticket, laptop and a place to sleep and you're good to go. Catered lunch, tea and coffee is included in the ticket price.

Check out the last year's website.

Getting There

We will hold the summer school at Mlynska 12, Poznan, Poland. The venue is in the Old Town, a walking distance from a town square. We would love to help you with choosing a place to stay. If you have any questions, please email us at team@monadic.party.

In terms of travel, WizzAir, Ryanair, Lufthansa and LOT all have a dense network of daily connections to and from the city. If you want to save some carbon dioxide, there are frequent train connections from Germany and inside Poland. Buses are also a good budget option with PolskiBus which operates a lot of routes in the region.

Inside the city of Poznan there is a good public transporation system with a dense network throughout the city.

About us

We're the organizers of Monadic Warsaw, Ewa Kruzynska and Michal Kawalec. With almost six hundred members it grew up to be one of the biggest Haskell meetups in Europe. We've had speakers and visitors from all over the world and we also host a YouTube channel. It is our way of popularizing functional programming and building a community of interested people. We are sure the summer school will give us as much fun as Monadic Warsaw.

Scholarship Programme

We are deligted to offer a means based scholarship programme. If you are financially unable to attend the summer school, we have a number of fully funded places available. Everything needed for you to attend is covered - travel to the event, accommodation and the ticket itself. The first edition was really successful, so we're really happy that we can continue offering it this year as well.

Apply for a scholarship

Deadline: 28th of February 2019

Julie Moronuki

Krzysztof Gogolewski

Works on Linear Types in GHC at Tweag

Alexey Kuleshevich

Software Engineer at FP Complete

Justin Woo

PureScript and memes

Chris Martin

Co-author of The Joy of Haskell, co-founder of TypeClasses

Edward Kmett

Cristophe Scholliers

Professor in computer science at the University of Gent

Laurens Duijvesteijn

Builds infrastructure at Channable

Ryan Moore

Quantum Cyclocomplexitor in Chief at MX

Arian van Putten

Maintainer of Servant

Oleg Grenrus

Software developer at Futurice, author of many libraries

Tom Sydney Kerckhove

Technical Lead at FP Complete

Call for Speakers

Do you want to lead workshops at the summer school? We would love to invite you to be a speaker at our event.

We are looking for people interested in leading workshops spanning four to six slots on various topics in the Haskell ecosystem. Slots take fifty minutes and can be allocated together or spread over a couple days, depending on your preference. We will have three tracks, a beginners one that caters to programmers that have limited Haskell experience and two for people who are comfortable with the language and want to learn new concepts. We will allocate your talk to a track that fits it best based on your answers on the submission form.

Our summer school is not about making money, it's about spreading our love of Haskell and functional programming. Because of that we will cover accommodation costs along with a ticket to the event for all speakers.

Submit a proposal

Deadline: 28th of February 2019

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Code of Conduct

We are following the Berlin Code of Conduct. If you ever feel it has been breached, do not hesitate to contact one of the organizers.