This workshop is intended to reach out to women, non-binary people, and people of color who are interested in learning frontend web development with Elm! If this doesn't describe you, you are welcome to help with outreach by inviting someone you know who is a woman, non-binary person, or person of color and attending as their plus one. We are emphatically queer & trans inclusive!
In this workshop, we'll take you through the process of building interactive web applications using Elm, a delightful frontend language for reliable web apps. By the end of the day, you'll have built an interactive web app and have a basic understanding of functional programming.
9-10am: Check-in, breakfast, and software installation (please arrive by 9:30am at the latest)
10am: Opening talk, student sorting
4:30pm: Closing talk, announcements & retrospectives
5-7pm: Afterparty (optional)
We're just one block from the U8's Schönleinstraße stop. NextJournal is in the middle house in the back yard.
Food and Drinks
Breakfast and lunch will be provided. Please note dietary restrictions in your response to the event.
Everyone's invited to have a drink together after the workshop. Location will be within a 5 minute walk from the workshop location.
As of now, this event will not provide childcare. We're also looking for someone with or without elm experience to provide childcare. Will keep folks in the loop if we can provide childcare!
Code of Conduct
We are an inclusive learning environment for everyone and thus follow the Berlin Code of Conduct (https://berlincodeofconduct.org/).
has the largest commercial Elm codebase in the world, and has hired Elm creator Evan Czaplicki to develop the language full-time. We spend almost all of our front-end coding time writing Elm. Our software helps English teachers, and their students answer millions of questions per day on our site. About 3/4 of our 30-person engineering team works remotely from around the world, and the other quarter is in our San Francisco office. We're hiring for full-stack, ops, and engineering managers. No prior Elm experience necessary!
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