September 30th is quickly approaching. The 2010 ACM Erlang Workshop will be held on 9/30 in Baltimore, Maryland, not too far from Washington, DC. There are plenty of seats still available, so make your registration and travel plans now. :-)
The URL http://www.erlang.org/workshop/2010/ has the full program & schedule. We’re happy to have David Smith from Basho Technologies as our invited speaker. The title of his talk is “Concurrent Life, the Universe, and Everything Rebar”
We will also be adding 5-minute lightning talks at the end of the day, as many as we can fit in before they kick us out of the room at 6pm.
The papers this year are excellent. Several of them are going to spark a lot of discussion & debate: at lunch, at session breaks, and over dinner and beer/whiskey/beverage-of-your-choice afterward.
Also, I suggest that you look at the CUFP program (Commercial Users of Functional Programming) for lots of interesting tutorials and presentations.
I look forward to seeing you in Baltimore!
Workshop Chair, 2010 ACM Erlang Workshop