Back to England after an amazing week at the Dyalog’12 conference.
First of all, I would like to thank everyone at the Dyalog conference who made us feel very welcome into the APL community.
My reflections about the conference:
It was my first conference and I loved it. In my opinion the conference itself was very well planned.
I liked all the presentations however it was very hard to follow some of them. I must say, the presentations I enjoyed the most were: “Introducing Dyalog Version 13.2 by: John Daintree”, because I’m really looking forward to this new version as I like updates; “Potential Version 14 by: John Scholes and Roger Hui”, because once again I like updates and I like to look forward to improvements and new features; “Optimisation across networks by: Paul Grosvenor” because it’s related to the company that I’m working for (Optima Systems); “Building an Android Application by: Illse Nell and Danie Mare” because me as a Young Adult think that phones are very important and I like new technology ; and “APL & Raspberry Pi by:Liam Flanagan” because again I love new technology and also it’s good to the growth of APL and also I think that the Ipad app was very good and interesting, and of course ” “Three Blind Mice by: us”! Equally I would like to make a special reference to John Scholes for the fantastic presentation he made about “State-Free Programming”.
Well done to everyone who made a presentation though.
Furthermore I would like to make a reference to the Hotel, because the food was completely amazing. The best I have ever had. Top Munch !
Overall my experience of the Dyalog’12 Conference was fabulous and hopefully next year I can go again.
Special Thank you to Optima Systems (Paul Grosvenor) for taking us to the Conference.