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From: Muriel SHAN SEI FAN <>
Subject: [Caml-list] [Training] Formations OCaml : 5-6 et 7-8 novembre 2019 chez OCamlPro
Date: Thu, 19 Sep 2019 12:13:40 +0200
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Bonjour à tous,
(Bravo pour la 4.0.9!)
OCamlPro lance un cycle de formations régulières à OCaml, en français,
dans ses locaux parisiens (métro Alésia). La première session aura lieu
début novembre 2019, avec 2 formations:
(1) Formation débutant : passer à OCaml (5-6 novembre)
(2) Formation expert : approfondir sa maîtrise du langage (7-8 novembre).
La formation "expert" sera l'occasion pour des programmeurs OCaml ayant
déjà une certaine expérience de mieux comprendre les possibilités
avancées du typage (objets, GADT), de découvrir en détail le
fonctionnement du GC et d'écrire du code optimisable par le compilateur.
Ces formations sont aussi une occasion de venir chez OCamlPro discuter
avec les lead développeurs et contributeurs d'OPAM et Flambda.
Des formations en anglais peuvent aussi être organisées sur demande.
N'hésitez pas à faire circuler.

Liens :
Inscription :

NB : C'est aussi un bon complément à l'excellent MOOC OCaml de
l'Université Paris-Diderot et à la plate-forme learn-OCaml financée par
la Fondation OCaml :-)

Dear all,
In our endeavour to encourage professional programmers to understand and
use OCaml, OCamlPro will be giving 2 training sessions, in French, in
our Paris offices:
(1) OCaml Beginner course for professional programmers (5-6 Nov)
(2) OCaml Expertise (7-8 Nov).
The "Expert" OCaml course is for already experienced OCaml programmers
to better understand advanced type system possibilities (objects,
GADTs), discover GC internals, write "compiler-optimizable" code.
These sessions are also an opportunity to come discuss with our OPAM &
Flambda lead developers and core contributors in Paris.
Training in English can also be organized, on-demand.
Do not hesitate pass the word.

Register link:

PS: Note that this complements the excellent OCaml MOOC from Université
Paris-Diderot and the learn-OCaml platform of the OCaml Software Foundation.

OCamlPro's latest blog posts: by Thomas by Vincent & Pierre by Raja & Louis

More on OCamlPro:

The French software company OCamlPro was created in 2011 to promote
OCaml in the industry. Today we harness our OCaml expertise and formal
methods know-how to design, prototype, and build high quality software
in demanding projects for our clients. Our team of PhD-level engineers
also contributes open source development tools for OCaml, helping to
improve the efficiency and usability of the OCaml compiler and tools. We
love to share our knowledge and teach vocational training courses. As a
long-standing supporter of the OCaml language, we have always been
committed to helping spread OCaml's adoption and increase the
accessibility of OCaml to beginners and students.

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