Lang.Next 2012

Lang.Next 2012

April 2-4, 2012 – Redmond, WA

From the post:

Lang.NEXT 2012 is a cross-industry conference for programming language designers and implementers on the MIcrosoft Campus in Redmond, Washington. With three days of talks, panels and discussion on leading programming language work from industry and research, Lang.NEXT is the place to learn, share ideas and engage with fellow programming language design experts and enthusiasts. Native, functional, imperative, object oriented, static, dynamic, managed, interpreted… It’s a programming language geek fest.

Suspects for recruited presentations:

  • Andy Gordon, Microsoft
  • Andy Moran, Galois
  • Donna Malayeri, Microsoft
  • Dustin Campbell, Microsoft
  • Erik Meijer, Microsoft
  • Gilad Bracha, Google
  • Herb Sutter, Microsoft
  • James Noble, Victoria University of Wellington
  • Jeroen Frijters, Sumatra Software
  • John Cook, University of Texas Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
  • Kim Bruce, Pomona College
  • Kunle Olukotun, Stanford
  • Luke Hoban, Microsoft
  • Mads Torgersen, Microsoft
  • Martin Odersky, EPFL, Typesafe
  • Martyn Lovell, Microsoft
  • Peter Alvaro, University of California at Berkeley
  • Robert Griesemer, Google
  • Walter Bright, Digital Mars
  • William Cook, University of Texas at Austin

Tweets, blogs, slides/paper, videos? for those of us unable to attend would be appreciated!

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