Final Call for Participation: the Racket Summer School of Programming Languages

by Matthias Felleisen, May 3, 2019

The post is the final, updated call for participation for the Racket Summer School of Programming Languages.

Due to last year's demand, this year's theme is once again 

   language-oriented programming 

The school has been expanded to two tracks: 

-- Beautiful Racket 
  a 3-day track 
  Matthew Butterick, author of the eponymous book 

-- How to Design Languages, a 5-day track 
  consisting of the following lectures: 

   -- Racket and Domain-Specific Languages     
      Matthias Felleisen, Northeastern University 

   -- Syntactic Extension in Racket 
      Jay McCarthy, Univ. Massachusetts, Lowel 

   -- Modules and Macros     
      Racket Languages From Modules 
      Matthew Flatt, University of Utah 

   -- Types and Typed DSLs in Racket 
      Jesse Tov, Northwestern University 

   -- Project Work 
      The Team 

   -- Language Gems 
      Robby Findler, Northwestern University 

   -- Research in Language-Oriented Programming 
      Matthias Felleisen 

The summer school will teach participants with lectures and hands-on
exercise how to rapidly build domain-specific languages (DSLs) and
integrate them with Racket and other DSLs.

Attendees may also wish to stay for the immediately following RacketCon
where speakers from industry and academia demo some of their recent innovations. 

Financial assistance is available for academic participants. 

For details, see