As a group, it organises regular events around the UK and encourages participation from as many people as possible. The BAA London group meets once per month (in London) and all are welcome to come along and join in.
Most months, BAA London arranges a meet-up at the The Hoop and Grapes pub on Farringdon Street in London. No sign-up is required.
At irregular intervals, BAA publishes a journal with submitted articles on array programming.
The British APL Association held a 2-day conference, BAPLA 09, on June 8th & 9th 2009 at DeVere Hotel, Wokefield Park, near Reading, UK
The Webinars, which are held using Zoom, consist of half an hour of social interaction, followed by a single presentation of about an hour, and a Q&A session. The sessions are recorded and subsequently published on YouTube.
|1||Apr 9th 2020||Richard Park, Dyalog||Molecular Dynamics-in-APL|
|2||Apr 23rd 2020||MJH Software Services||Introducing qWC Alpha 0.4|
|3||May 7th 2020||Adám Brudzewsky, Dyalog||Meet the new APL Wiki|
|4||May 21st 2020||Phil Last||Acre source-code manager update|
|5||Jun 4th 2020||Paul Grosvenor||British APL Association AGM|
|6||Jun 18th 2020||Bob Armstrong||CoSy : The Shortest Path from the Chip to the Math|
|7||Jul 2nd 2020||TBA||TBA|
The BAA is administered by a committee of officers elected by ballot of Association members at the Annual General Meeting. Working groups are also established in areas such as activity planning and journal production. Offers of assistance and involvement with any Association matters are always welcomed.
Funding for the BAA comes entirely from the sustaining members. In many cases, these sustaining members also provide manpower and administrative assistance to the association at their own cost.
The current chairman is Paul Grosvenor.
- BAA London Google Group announces upcoming symposiums and other events.