Past event
12–14 Sep 2019

Strange Loop 2019


Strange Loop (Sept 12-14, 2019 - St. Louis) is a conference for software developers covering programming langs, databases, distributed systems, security, machine learning, creativity, and more! Strange Loop was created in 2009 by software developer Alex Miller and is now run by a team of St. Louis-based friends and developers under Strange Loop LLC, a for-profit venture.

Preconference Activities:

ELM-CONF on September 12, 2019. It is a one-day conference focusing on the Elm programming language and its libraries, colocated with Strange Loop.

PWLCONF on September 12, 2019. The conference intends to bring academia and industry within reach of one another, hoping to foster stronger collaboration and mutual appreciation across respective fields.

TLA+ CONF on September 12, 2019. TLA+ Conference brings together industrial users of the TLA+ specification language and its associated tools; it complements the biannual TLA+ workshops.

Other Strange Loop events:

Past event

Videos from the conference (79):

"How to teach programming (and other things)?" by Felienne Hermans
"Behind The New York Times Crossword" by Darren McCleary
"Observability: Superpowers for Developers" by Christine Yen
"Finding bugs without running or even looking at code" by Jay Parlar
"Typing the Untyped: Soundness in Gradual Type Systems" by Ben Weissmann
"Temporal Databases for Streaming Architectures" by Jeremy Taylor and Jon Pither