Thursday, 2nd - Saturday, 4th July in Poznań


PolyConf is not focused on any particular language or area of technology. Our mission is to promote polyglot approach to software development and foster cross-pollination between various technologies and their communities.

We want to focus primarily on JavaScript, Clojure and Erlang along with decent topics both from mainstream and esoteric programming languages (Julia, Racket, Lua), so the programming community could easily learn from each other.

The event will take place July 2-4 in POZnan, Poland. Among invited speakers:

  • Robert Virding / Co-creator of Erlang,
  • Bodil Stokke / Functional programmer
  • Stefan Karpinski / Julia co-creator
  • William Byrd / Postdoctoral Researcher, University of Utah
  • Sam Tobin-Hochstadt / Typed Racket creator
  • Jessica Kerr / Developer at Outpace Systems
  • Christine Corbett Moran / Postdoctoral Researcher at Caltech

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Sam Tobin-Hochstadt

Sam Tobin-Hochstadt

Sam Tobin-Hochstadt is Assistant professor at the School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University as well as a member of the Racket development team

Robert Virding

Robert Virding

Robert Virding is one of the original developers of Erlang at the Ericsson Computer Science Lab.

Jessica Kerr

Jessica Kerr

Jessica Kerr writes Scala for a living. She's still recovering from ten years of Enterprise Java. For entertainment, she blogs and speaks about functional programming and git, sneaking in a little cognitive science. Jessica is a native of StrangeLoop -- I mean, St. Louis. In between user groups, she leads two children on crazy adventures.


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