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Date: 2010-03-30 (09:37)
From: Sylvain Le Gall <sylvain@l...>
Subject: [ANN] OCaml Meeting 2010, end of subscription is on next friday
Original announce:


Only 5 days before the end of subscription. We are already 60 people. 


For the third time, I am proud to invite all OCaml enthusiasts to join
us at OCaml Meeting 2010 in Paris.

This year event takes place in Paris on Friday 16th April 2010.
Subscription is opened and will be closed on Friday 2nd April 2010.

Presentations include:
* Enforcing Type-Safe Linking using Inter-Package Relationships for
* OCaml Debian packages
* The Ocamlviz visualization toolkit
* Cluster computing in Ocaml
* Ocaml in a web startup
* React, functional reactive programming for OCaml
* OASIS, a Cabal like system for OCaml
* OPA, same web, but with types and lambda
* OC4MC, Objective Caml for MultiCore
* Lwt, Cooperative Light-Weight Threads
* naclgrid: the collaborative rendering farm, a JoCaml-powered desktop
* grid

The meeting is sponsored by INRIA, the Caml Consortium and OCamlCore.
Inscription is free but the number of participants is limited.

Further information and inscriptions:<br>

The day after OCaml Meeting, an OCaml hacking day will take place:

Further information and inscriptions:<br>

Volunteers willing to help before/during these events can contact me
directly. We are particularly looking for a video team. You can also
forward this  invitation to any groups that can be interested in
(Haskell user group, CUFP mailing list...)

For people who need further information, you can contact me (see for contact details).

Hope to see a lot of you 
Sylvain Le Gall on behalf of the OCaml Meeting organization team.