Curious about programming in Elm? Tired of "annot read property 'bar' of undefined"? This might be what you are looking for. In this meetup you will hear about why Elm was picked for a project. Then you can unload all your questions about Elm to one of the brightest in the Elm community.
16.30-16.45 Meet & Great
16.45-17.30 Getting Things Done with Elm by Steven Baker
17.30-18.00 Meet & Eat
18.00-19.00 Q & A with Richard Feldman
Richard Feldman is the author of “Elm in Action” from Manning Publications, and the instructor for the Frontend Masters Elm workshop. When he’s not writing about Elm, teaching Elm, speaking about Elm, or hosting the Philadelphia Elm meetup, he likes to take a break from his job writing production Elm at NoRedInk by kicking back and working on some of his open-source Elm projects. Some have said he’s “into Elm,” but he’s not sure where they got that wild idea.
Steven R. Baker is a reluctant software developer, whose only wish for software is that it works so well and is of such high quality, that he can some day never have to work on it again. To that end, he has spent a lot of time creating, writing, and teaching people about improving the quality of their software, decreasing its complexity, and improving how enjoyable it is to use. This experience has taught him that he has a lot more work to do, and it is not likely to decrease any time soon.