ABOUT CODE MESH LDN

A two-day conference, bringing together users and speakers of different functional programming languages and alternative tech.

In the spirit of learning from one another, it encourages the sharing of innovative ideas, through inspiring projects, top talks, in-depth tutorials and networking opportunities.

The next Code Mesh LDN conference will take place in London on 8-9 November 2018.

Last year’s Code Mesh LDN covered programming languages like Clojure, Haskell, Lisp, Erlang, Rust, Pony, Scala, C++ and frameworks like Akka, JVM and more.

Highlights of the past few years include:

Code Mesh LDN 2017 - Matt Might - Winning the War on Error: Solving Halting Problem, Curing Cancer

Code Mesh LDN 2016 - Joe Armstrong interviews Alan Kay

Code Mesh LDN 2015 - The Charming Genius of the Apollo Guidance Computer - Brian Troutwine

Code Mesh LDN joins Code Sync family of conferences

As from 2018, Code Mesh LDN joins a family of tech conferences called Code Sync and will continue promoting non-mainstream technologies globally.

Reasons to attend Code Mesh LDN:

Saves your team time by getting the answers to your tech problems from experts who have already spent the time solving them.

Helps your team avoid issues later down the line by learning more about the next generation of tools, frameworks and processes now.

Bringing top professionals, innovators and inventors together in one place, maximising the opportunity for intensive learning and understanding.

Brings you up to speed with new approaches, technologies and processes.

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EARLY BIRD

Until 19 Sep

EARLY BIRD TUTORIAL

Until 19 Sep

STANDARD

From 20 Sep

EARLY BIRD

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Two-day conference that brings together developers of functional programming langauges and alternative tech. Focusing on promoting useful non-mainstream technologies to the software industry.

£ 599.00

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EARLY BIRD TUTORIAL

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Ticket to one tutorial. Tutorials willl take place on 7 November at: Radisson Blu Edwardian 68-86 Cromwell Rd Kensington, London SW7 5BT

£149.50

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Two-day conference that brings together developers of functional programming langauges and alternative tech. Focusing on promoting useful non-mainstream technologies to the software industry.

£ 749.00

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Our speakers

Kathleen Fisher

Founder of HACMS program, Professor and Chair of Computer Science Department

Keynote:

From quadcopters to helicopters: formal verification for safer vehicles

08 Nov / 09.00 / Room 1

Carl Hewitt

Founder Actor Model and Inconsistency Robustness. Designer of first logic programming language. Emeritus professor

Keynote:

Ultraconcurrency is the future of programming

09 Nov / 10.00 / Room 1

Federica Pelzel

Public sector technologist, Director of Data and Analytics Platforms at Mastercard

Keynote:

Ethics and AI: Identifying and preventing bias in predictive models

09 Nov / 17.00 / Room 1

Teon Banek

Senior software engineer at Memgraph Ltd.

Life of a distributed graph database query (INTERMEDIATE)

Carlos Baquero Moreno

Distributed Systems Professor, Co-creator of CRDTs

CRDTs: From sequential to concurrent executions (INTERMEDIATE)

Kate Carruthers

Chief Data & Analytics Officer and Senior Lecturer in Computer Science & Engineering

Infosec, AI and ethics – new models for a secure future (BEGINNER)

Natalia Chechina

One of the core authors of SD Erlang, lecturer in computing (Bournemouth University)

Co-operative robots sharing the load (ADVANCED)

Geoffroy Couprie

Security engineer

Parsing safely, from 500MB/S to 2GB/s (INTERMEDIATE)

Dragan Djuric

Clojure + CUDA + OpenCL infrastructure; Bayesian GPU software

Interactive GPU programming with ClojureCUDA and ClojureCL (INTERMEDIATE)

Andrea Dobson

Counseling psychologist/GZ psychologist

Ethics in tech: a psychological perspective (BEGINNER)

Sophia Drossopoulou

Professor, Imperial College London

Towards specifications of robustness -- the things that programs do _not_ do (BEGINNER)

Maxim Fedorov

Software Engineer at WhatsApp

Scaling Erlang cluster to 10,000 nodes (ADVANCED)

Danil Fedotov

RabbitMQ core developer, Erlang and Elixir contributor

Implementing Raft in RabbitMQ (INTERMEDIATE)

Ju Goncalves

Phd Student in Computer Science

Abstract nonsense (INTERMEDIATE)

Tom Harding

Lead Engineer (PureScript/Haskell)

PureScript spirographs (INTERMEDIATE)

Felienne Hermans

​Assistant Professor​ ​Delft University of Technology​

​What does programming believe about education? (BEGINNER)

Einar Høst

Computer at NRK

A PostScript on Functional Geometry (INTERMEDIATE)

Lars Hupel

Co-founder, Typelevel

Programmation en Logique (BEGINNER)

Dmitry Kandalov

Software Developer

Coroutines explained (INTERMEDIATE)

Felix Lopez

Research Master in Intelligent Systems

Understanding gossip protocols (BEGINNER)

Veronica Lopez

Sr. Software Engineer

Verifying a distributed system with combinatorial topology (INTERMEDIATE)

Ismaël Mejia

Distributed systems practitioner

Cognitive biases and lessons from psychology to create better software systems (BEGINNER)

Heather Miller

Assistant Professor, School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University

Towards language support for distributed systems (INTERMEDIATE)

Romeu Moura

Absurdism Lobbyist

Property based tests for the masses (BEGINNER)

Frieder Nake

Professor of Computer Science (Graphics and Digital Media)

Do calculating machines like drawing? And if so, why? Considerations from media archaeology (INTERMEDIATE)

Jyothsna Patnam

Co-founder of TypeLead and co-author of Eta

Eta: The rise of pure FP on the JVM (INTERMEDIATE)

Alex Petrov

Infrastructure engineer and Apache Cassandra committer

Algorithms behind modern storage systems (BEGINNER)

Ron Pressler

Veteran programmer , author and leader of OpenJDK's Project Loom

Finite of sense and infinite of thought: A history of computation, logic and algebra (INTERMEDIATE)

Allison Randal

PhD at Cambridge University, Board member of the OSI and Python Foundation

Secure isolation in Rust: hypervisors, containers, and the future of composable infrastructure (INTERMEDIATE)

Joe Armstrong

Co-creator Erlang, Trainer, Author

Intertwingling the Tiddlywiki with Erlang

Jeremy Ruston

Creator of TiddlyWiki

Intertwingling the Tiddlywiki with Erlang

Miles Sabin

Type astronaut, Typelevel co-founder and Shapeless hacker

Adding kind polymorphism to the Scala programming language (INTERMEDIATE)

Peter Saxton

Elixir developer (Pay with Curl)

Message passing for actors and humans with Raxx (INTERMEDIATE)

Arnaud Bailly

Crafting software since 1994

One Log (INTERMEDIATE)

Yann Schwartz

Software Engineer

One Log (INTERMEDIATE)

Jimmy Soni

Award-winning Author

The life, times, and thinking of Dr. Claude Shannon, the founder of information theory (BEGINNER)

Daiyi Sun

Writing code & making drawings

The optimistic future of systems observability (INTERMEDIATE)

Don Syme

.NET Generics, C# 2.0, F# 1.0-4.5, Async, Type Providers

F# code I love (BEGINNER)

Hillel Wayne

Coder, chocolatier, cjuggler

Designing distributed systems with TLA+ (INTERMEDIATE)

Ulf Wiger

Erlang greybeard

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ILEC CONFERENCE CENTRE

47 LILLIE RD, FULHAM
LONDON SW6 1UD
UNITED KINGDOM

Stay at the IBIS and get a special conference rate.

JOIN US AS A VOLUNTEER!

We would love to have you in our volunteering team! Helping out gives access to talks, networking opportunities and unlimited coffee!

APPLY OR DONATE TO OUR DIVERSITY SCHEME!

Anyone from an under-represented group in tech is invited to apply for a Diversity Ticket! You can also donate to offer a free conference registration ticket!

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