Call for talk proposals: DSLDI 2018
This year, I’m again serving as a co-chair of the Domain-Specific Language Design and Implementation workshop, together with my friend Sam Tobin-Hochstadt. DSLDI will be held in Boston this November as part of SPLASH 2018.
At last year’s DSLDI, we heard from Ron Garcia on gradual typing, Nimo Ni on the Penrose system for declaratively creating mathematical diagrams, Xiangqi Li on domain-specific debugging in Racket, and lots more; then we went out for Italian food.
Ron Garcia (@rg9119 ) gives a tutorial on gradual type consistency as part of his #dsldi17 keynote talk. pic.twitter.com/TMp4xlzbF7— Lindsey Kuper (@lindsey) October 22, 2017
Nimo Ni describes a pair of languages for creating mathematical diagrams. #dsldi17 pic.twitter.com/XXWMbEFbRl— Lindsey Kuper (@lindsey) October 22, 2017
Xiangqi Li tells us about domain-specific debugging in Racket. #dsldi17 pic.twitter.com/hQyCzZN9Wv— Lindsey Kuper (@lindsey) October 22, 2017
If all this sounds like a good time to you, you should join us for DSLDI 2018! I’m excited to be involved with organizing DSLDI again, particularly since Sam is in charge this year. We’re once again calling for short talk proposals, due August 17, and information about this year’s program committee should be available soon.