elm Europe will be a two-day conference dedicated to elm, taking place at the EFREI Engineering School in Villejuif (near Paris, France) on June 27-28 2019.
The event is organized by the elm community, for the elm community, with the willing of sharing knowledge, news about the language, and meeting interesting people.
Night owl and procrastinator from Czech Republic. Working with Elm full-time, woohoo!
I’m a video and livestream producer, based in the NYC-area, who loves Elm. I just finished a batch at Recurse Center and am trying to figure out how to further meld my loves of live-streaming and Elm.
Manuel is a functional programming enthusiast that recently got into Elm. Besides programming, he loves retro computers and games which led him to develop a Nintendo Game Boy Emulator in Elm, combining both interests. Professionally, he is the CTO of itravel, a German digital tour operator where he uses functional programming in both back- and frontend.
Programming since 11y. >5y exp in gambling game ui dev. 1.5y working on game in elm, as hobby.
Jonas Coch is a frontend webdeveloper at itravel, living in Cologne, Germany. He used to circumvent IE 6 bugs, then fell in love with XSLT and is an Elm user since 2015. When he is not writing Elm at work or in his spare time, he is spending time in the garden or soldering Arduinos.
For a few years now I’ve been working on expanding the capabilities of Elm as a tool for visualizing data of all sorts. I’ve written gampleman/elm-visualization and gampleman/elm-mapbox to address the need for a flexible data graphics and mapping package respectively. In my day job I work on using satellite technology to tackle deforestation.
I’m currently doing a master in computer science in Nijmegen (the Netherlands) focussing on the intersection between mathematics and computer science. My elm projects often have something to do with parsing and visualization: topics where the theory (geometry, automata, physics) gives practical (and pretty) results.
A young, aspiring full-stack engineer in Fringe81, the company of advertising platform in Japan. Started career from Scala, Golang, but now big in Elm.
Andrey is an engineer at SoundCloud. He is a maintainer of WebGL in Elm and an organizer of the Elm Berlin meetup. Apart from work, he enjoys live music in Berlin and is a yoga newbie.
Noah is a queer technologist from Brooklyn, NY, who likes his Elm with a soft-boiled egg and black coffee. He organizes the Elm NYC meetup group and is a Recurse Center alumnus. Prolonged exposure to Noah is not recommended. Consult your primary care physician before seeking Noah.
I’m a co-founder and developer at Spottt, a Lyon-based startup where we create innovative management solutions for rummage sales / fair trade organizers. Autodidact and passionate about computer science for ~3 years, I’m interested in functional languages in general, especially Elixir and Haskell. Studying machine learning & deep learning in my spare time and loving it!
I’m a freelance Design Director and Product Designer. Most often that means helping companies build new products, teams & businesses.
In the past I’ve founded companies, lead design & product teams, been a solo designer at new startups, and a Principle & Design Director at digital agencies. Some clients include Ford Motors, Time Inc, NBC Universal, eBay, GE Ventures, American Express, Duke University, Taproot Foundation and more.
Some reference design case studies: https://bit.ly/2UArn4S
Emma Cunningham is a formal semanticist turned software engineer who currently is interested in thinking about distributed systems, data visualization, and DSLs. When they’re not cranking out code, Emma practices sleight-of-hand magic and ferments all kinds of things in their hometown of Los Angeles.
Liz Krane is a freelance web developer, programming instructor, and founder of Learn Teach Code, an organization that empowers aspiring developers to lead their own local tech events to create stronger, more diverse tech communities. Liz describes herself as a professional dabbler who wants to learn everything – and teach everything she learns along the way!
I am a programmer, musician and photographer. I started with Elm about 2 years ago at my company Webbhuset, where I work as CTO.
I am a technology aficionado with a particular love for the web. I believe technology should make life simple and joyful, and I enjoy being able to prove so.
An Australian currently living in London, I organise and run the Elm London Meetups, and frequently teach and speak about Elm to diverse audiences.
elm-europe conference. Speakers to be announced.
elm-graphql pre-conference workshop (optional).
June 27, 2019, 9:00AM, 40 minutes
We are very happy to announce that we’ll be hosting a pre-conference workshop on Elm-GraphQL. Library author Dillon Kearns will teach you everything you need to make guaranteed-correct, type-safe API requests from your Elm app! This full-day workshop will give you a deep dive on everything from GraphQL core concepts, to techniques to build elm-graphql queries quickly and easily. You’ll even pick up advanced techniques on how to effectively model data in your GraphQL Schema, and getting real-time data using Subscriptions.
Check out the full details and workshop agenda here: https://incrementalelm.com/elm-graphql-workshop
To get an overview of the library and some of its features, check out the Github project, or watch Types Without Borders from last year’s Elm Conf.