The OCaml Workshop is happening every year, co-located with the ICFP conference (the main academic conference on functional programming). This year the meeting will happen in Seattle on Saturday September 9th. It should be hybrid: it will be possible to attend and even give talks remotely.
To get a sense of the OCaml Workshop style, topics and content, ocaml.org has a page about previous editions, with the list of talks and links to the descriptions and talk recordings when available: OCaml Workshops.
The deadline for submitting a talk proposal is June 1st, coming soon. Please consider submitting a proposal to present your OCaml work at the workshop!
- Call for presentations (description of the expected format, etc.)
- Submission website for talk proposals – please read the “Call for presentations” first.
A major change compared to previous editions of the workshop is that online attendance should be free. (The cost is decided by the ICFP organizers, and it is still possible that this would change before the workshop.) Everyone is of course welcome to attend remotely, anywhere on earth. We are very excited that this could be the most accessible OCaml workshop, reaching the broadest possible audience.