FringeDC Formal Meeting Oct 11th 6PM- Writing a compiler for a functional programming language

FringeDC is a group for people interested in fringe and functional programming languages (Lisp, Haskell, Erlang, Prolog, etc) in the DC area.

This Saturday Andrew Harris will discuss the geeky internals of his EmbeddedML project, which aims to bring functional programming to the world of microcontrollers. It's a lightweight system that generates generic C code, allowing it to support many low resource devices.

This meeting will be presented in conjunction with HacDC, the one-and-only workshop for microcontroller geekery in DC. After the presentation, we'll go out for some beer to discuss all the latest programming topics of the day. Everyone is welcome to join us!

Date: Oct 11th 6PM
Address: HacDC headquarters- 1525 Newton St NW, Washington DC 20010 USA
(Near corner of 16th and Newton NW)
The closest MetroRail station is Columbia Heights (Green Line). You can check online to see the next train arriving there. The S1-2-4, H1, and H2-3-4 buses go right by our location.
Approach on the 16th St side of the building. Look for the red doors. We are on the third floor. Follow the signs to our space after signing in with the guard.,-77.03521&spn=0.008813,0.007253&z=17&iwloc=00044a727d23d707d87b9

-Conrad Barski, M.D.