Open to students and staff at Imperial at all levels, the Imperial Programming Lectures (code-named iPr0gram) is a series of lecturers for people who love programming.
Delivered by a number of expert guest lecturers, the lecture series will cover a range of programming-related topics. The intention is that the lectures should be accessible, assuming roughly the background in programming that is gained during the first year of Imperial's BEng/MEng computing course (and thus digestible by advanced first year students, as well as students in later degree years).
For news and updates about the series, join the iPr0gram mailing list.
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For queries about the series, and to provide feedback or suggestions for topics, please contact Robert Chatley.
The lectures are generally on Thursday, 13:00-14:00, during weeks 2—6, in Huxley 311.
|Thursday Oct 12th||Andy Sawyer (Credit Suisse)||Advanced C++ (part 1)|
|Thursday Oct 19th||Andy Sawyer (Credit Suisse)||Advanced C++ (part 2)|
|Thursday Oct 26th||Dimitrios Vytiniotis (Microsoft Research)||Implementing domain-specific languages in Haskell|
|Thursday Nov 2nd||Andrew Kennedy (Facebook)||The Hack Programming Language: Types for PHP|
|Thursday Nov 9th||Tim Mackinnon||Immersive Programming with Pharo Smalltalk|
To be announced...
Imperial. If you are an Imperial College student or member of staff, please simply show up to the lectures that interest you. Students and staff from departments other than the Department of Computing are very welcome to attend.
External. If you're going to be in London and would like to come to some of the lectures, you're very welcome to attend; please drop Robert Chatley an email to let him know that you are coming.
Details of the 2016-17 Series.
Details of the 2015-16 Series organised by Alastair Donaldson.