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digitalmars.D.announce - The DConf '23 Schedule is Live!

reply Mike Parker <aldacron gmail.com> writes:
Thanks again to everyone who submitted talks for DConf '23, and 
congratulations to those who were accepted. We've got what looks 
to be another solid lineup this year. Check it out:

https://dconf.org/2023/index.html

And remember, early-bird registration ends next week. Get your 
discounted rate while you still can!

https://dconf.org/2023/index.html#register

I've also updated the page with information about BeerConf. 
Unfortunately, pub hire rates in the area are well beyond our 
budget this year. Much, much higher than last year. So we've 
fallen back to what we did pre-2019 and tentatively designated a 
hotel as the BeerConf spot:

Travelodge Central City Road

I know from staying there last year that they've recently 
undergone renovations and have an enclosed restaurant/lounge 
space off of the lobby, where one of the front desk clerks can 
sell beverages (alcoholic and non-) and snacks after the 
restaurant closes.

It's possible we could pick another spot, or (less likely) our 
event planner might find something to fit in our budget. I'll 
announce here and update the website if anything changes.

See you in London!
Jun 06
next sibling parent M. M. <matus email.cz> writes:
On Tuesday, 6 June 2023 at 13:33:00 UTC, Mike Parker wrote:
 Thanks again to everyone who submitted talks for DConf '23, and 
 congratulations to those who were accepted. We've got what 
 looks to be another solid lineup this year. Check it out:

 [...]
Checked the abstracts of the talks and find the program really nice!
Jun 06
prev sibling next sibling parent reply Dukc <ajieskola gmail.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 6 June 2023 at 13:33:00 UTC, Mike Parker wrote:
 Thanks again to everyone who submitted talks for DConf '23, and 
 congratulations to those who were accepted. We've got what 
 looks to be another solid lineup this year. Check it out:

 https://dconf.org/2023/index.html
Lol, first a talk about the greatness of DIP1000 and then about the ugliness of it. I'll be happy to hear both! Also interested to hear a talk from Timon. His insights are always so sharp here in the forums, so I'm expecting top-notch observations about tuple design.
Jun 08
parent Ernesto Castellotti <erny.castell gmail.com> writes:
On Thursday, 8 June 2023 at 21:38:18 UTC, Dukc wrote:
 Lol, first a talk about the greatness of DIP1000 and then about 
 the ugliness of it. I'll be happy to hear both!
Me too :-D I do not deny that DIP1000 is still a bit dark for me, I still haven't figured everything out exactly
Jun 09
prev sibling parent reply FeepingCreature <feepingcreature gmail.com> writes:
On Tuesday, 6 June 2023 at 13:33:00 UTC, Mike Parker wrote:
 Thanks again to everyone who submitted talks for DConf '23, and 
 congratulations to those who were accepted. We've got what 
 looks to be another solid lineup this year. Check it out:

 https://dconf.org/2023/index.html

 And remember, early-bird registration ends next week. Get your 
 discounted rate while you still can!

 https://dconf.org/2023/index.html#register

 I've also updated the page with information about BeerConf. 
 Unfortunately, pub hire rates in the area are well beyond our 
 budget this year. Much, much higher than last year. So we've 
 fallen back to what we did pre-2019 and tentatively designated 
 a hotel as the BeerConf spot:

 Travelodge Central City Road

 I know from staying there last year that they've recently 
 undergone renovations and have an enclosed restaurant/lounge 
 space off of the lobby, where one of the front desk clerks can 
 sell beverages (alcoholic and non-) and snacks after the 
 restaurant closes.

 It's possible we could pick another spot, or (less likely) our 
 event planner might find something to fit in our budget. I'll 
 announce here and update the website if anything changes.

 See you in London!
I see that you strategically left time after my presentation. :looks at his notes: That is probably wise. (I have some rants I can cut if I *really* need to fit in the 45 minutes. But they're very fun rants.) Anyway, I can't wait to show off my compiler to everyone. It's not "finished", but it has some seriously cool things.
Jun 11
parent CM <celestialmachinist proton.me> writes:
On Monday, 12 June 2023 at 06:59:57 UTC, FeepingCreature wrote:
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I'm looking forward to it.
Jun 12