This tutorial aims to give an introduction to the OCaml language. Attendees should leave feeling comfortable writing simple OCaml programs and using core OCaml tools.
This tutorial is aimed at people with programming experience. Previous experience with a functional language will be useful but is not required. No prior knowledge of OCaml is assumed.
Leo White is a Research Associate in the OCaml Labs group at the University of Cambridge. He is the author of two chapters in the Real World OCaml book, and of various contributions to the OCaml compiler including the recent addition of "extensible variants" to the language.
Jeremy Yallop is a researcher in the OCaml Labs group at the University of Cambridge and the author of a number of well-known OCaml libraries, including deriving and ctypes.