On Wednesday, 13 April 2016 at 14:33:01 UTC, Andrei Alexandrescu wrote:

This edition seems to be a very good fit for us. From the page: "Frequently accepted topics: functional programming, logic programming, dynamic/scripting languages, new or emerging languages, data structures, concurrency, databases, distributed computing, web frameworks, web architecture, performance, virtual machines, security, hardware/software interaction, historical topics"

I encourage all DConf session speakers (including the ones we couldn't accept - all were very good!) to submit their talks to Strange Loop.

That conference had a strange incident last year where they kicked a guy out for his political views, that had nothing to do with his technical talk:


I personally wouldn't attend any conference that applied such strange principles.

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