Elm Europe will be a two-day conference dedicated to Elm, taking place at the EFREI Engineering School in Villejuif (near Paris, France) on July, 5-6th 2018.
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.
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I’m a programming language enthusiast. I’ve written lots of Ruby in the past, started using Elixir about 3 years ago and this year also started to use Elm for a new open source product I’m working on with friends in my spare time (Syncrypt).
Joël is a software developer at thoughtbot. He is passionate about best practices and building excellent software. Although he got his start with dynamically typed imperative languages, he has recently become fascinated with the statically typed functional world and Elm in particular. Outside of programming, Joël loves to study history. He often combines these two interests together to play with historically-themed software side projects.
Ian is the author of opensolid/geometry and several related Elm packages. He’s passionate about using Elm as a platform for 3D design, visualization, engineering and manufacturing tools. He currently lives in New York and is at the Elm NYC meetup almost every month. He’s on the Elm Slack as @ianmackenzie and is always happy to talk about geometry, using Elm to help make physical things, or just the nitty-gritty of WebGL rendering.
Luke is an engineer at NoRedInk and the developer of the online Elm editor Ellie. He lives in Los Angeles, CA, USA where he enjoys spending time with his wife and dog, studying politics and economics, and playing music.
Author of Style Elements, Elm Style Animation, and the O’Reilly book, Why Elm?, Matt is a Developer-in-Residence at Cornell Tech.
UI Engineer at Featurespace. Previously web developer in Elm, Elixir & Python; digital factotum and academic (programming language theory). Runs the Cambridge (UK) Elm Meetup.
Emma is a Senior Software Engineer at Second Spectrum, where she gets to solve all kinds of fun problems around how to build compelling data visualization and analytics apps for clients like the NBA and the LA Clippers. She co-founded and co-organizes the Elm LA meetup community as well as the local LA chapter of Write/Speak/Code. Long ago, before becoming a software engineer, she became a lambda calculus enthusiast while working on formal semantics in a PhD program in theoretical linguistics.
Alex is a visual data scientist who is interested in connecting computer power with the the power of the human brain to solve complex data-rich problems. His journey into Elm began in November 2017 when his former PhD supervisor Professor Jo Wood demoed him elm-vega and invited to take part in making LitVis. Before re-joining giCentre (City, University of London), Alex worked as a senior design researcher at Superspace, where he helped making humane urban environments with visual analytics.
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 with my wife, working for locomote.com as Head of Technology.
I organise and run the Elm London Meetups, and frequently teach and speak about Elm to diverse audiences.
Andrey is a frontend 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.
Developer and teacher, I created a training path dedicated to Python for OpenClassrooms, the European e-learning leading platform. Before that, I entered the startup world creating my own. When I’m not coding, I like laughing and hiking.
Metro 7 - Villejuif Louis Aragon
15 minutes from Orly airport with shuttle.
Nomalab is a digital logistics platform for films and audiovisual programs, from masters to ready-to-broadcast or ready-to-publish.
The Efrei Group comprises two engineering schools, a digital academy, a research laboratory, a start-up incubator and an endowment fund, all grouped together on the Paris Sud campus of Villejuif.
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Girls in Tech (GIT) is a global non-profit focused on the engagement, education and empowerment of girls and women who are passionate about technology. With headquarters in San Francisco and more than 100,000 members located around the globe, GIT relies on volunteer efforts to lead each of the 60 local chapters. GIT is not just for professional women. We operate with the spirit of the girl within all of us—fearless, lively and determined.
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