OCaml Labs has a growing, distributed community - with members spread across the globe, with varying levels of involvement. Whether you’ve collaborated on research papers, played around with an OCaml library or been an avid commenter on repositories and mailing lists, we want to provide a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all. We encourage you to attend events we host, join us at other interesting events, and most of all we encourage you to get involved by talking about your projects, and even hosting meetups in your area.
Let’s help each-other spread the word of the OCaml language, open source software and functional programming!
We regularly host and community events based around functional programming, the OCaml language and related projects.
TODO Events list
Talks & Presentations
Together with academic appearances, members of the OCaml Labs team present their work to the wider community including programming groups, students, financial groups and other development teams, such as Facebook and Microsoft Research.
See a detailed collection of our talks.
The Real World OCaml book was released in 2013, and still serves as a popular and useful teaching text for new and seasoned OCaml users alike.
The Advanced Functional Programming (AFP) course runs at the University of Cambridge Computer Laboratory in the Lent term each year.
We are always keen to collaborate and if you’d like to work together on a project, fund a project or host an event, please get in touch!