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I'm Attending!June 05, 2019June 07, 2019LambdaConf 2019UTCLambdaConf is the largest interdisciplinary functional programming conference in the Mountain West, and one of the largest and most respected functional programming conferences in the world.
The conference takes place June 5rd - 7th, in Boulder, Colorado, at the University of Colorado Boulder, and is surrounded by commercial training opportunities.
If you are an educator, a researcher, a speaker, a speaker coach, or someone aspiring to one of the preceding, then we warmly welcome you to submit a proposal for LambdaConf 2019. No prior experience is necessary for most proposals, and we welcome beginner-level content.
The Call for Proposals closes at the end of January 2019. We recommend submitting as early as you can to ensure sufficient time for editing.
LambdaConf attracts everyone from the FP-curious to researchers advancing state-of-the-art; hobbyists, professionals, academics and students. Material at all levels, including beginner content and very advanced content, will find an audience at LambdaConf.
Historically, LambdaConf has enjoyed a large selection of sessions on statically-typed functional programming, and a smaller selection of sessions on dynamically-typed functional programming. Some sessions are not tied to specific programming languages, but rather cover topics in abstract algebra, category theory, type theory, programming language theory, functional architecture, and so on, either generically or in a way that applies across many programming languages.Boulder, Colorado, USA
I'm Attending!June 22, 2019June 22, 2019margins conferenceUTC# About margins
margins is a _free_ one-day conference for people from marginalised backgrounds that work in/with/around technology (or hope to break into the industry!). It will be a day filled with workshops and talks that are centred around _technology, inspiration and solidarity_.
margins tries to provide an inclusive space for an open, honest and genuine conversation about what it means to work **with/in/around technology** as a person from an under-represented background.
margins will be held on the **22nd June 2019, at the University of Nottingham (UK)**.
margins is a small, informal and intimate conference that is split into two tracks that run at the same time: One for workshops and one for talks. Lunch and snacks will be provided for free. While the schedule is not finalised, margins will run from around 10am until 4pm-ish. The event is a community-event and entirely volunteer-run.
**Code of Conduct:** [Click to read](https://drive.google.com/open?id=1eDKZIR9pHJzX4Vee1AKrVKhzn0mAd_nowf3yu48mp1o)Nottingham, UK
I'm Attending!September 06, 2019September 07, 2019RubyConf THUTCOn September 6-7 2019 Thailand's first RubyConf will take place at the [Pullman Bangkok King Power](https://www.pullmanbangkokkingpower.com/) and we need your help to make it a success!
The event will feature 25 talks in a single track format. No matter if you're a first time speaker or a seasoned conference veteran, we invite you to join us in Bangkok for two days of presentations, fun, and community. Talks may be geared toward non-expert audiences or focus on experienced developers, all levels are welcome. We are flexible regarding topics, so presentations don't have to be strictly about Ruby, we'll also consider submissions related to Elixir, Crystal, Opal and similar topics, as well as software engineering practices and the human side of technology.Bangkok, Thailand