Introduction to Elm - A functional reactive programming language
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Introduction to Elm

A functional reactive programming language

The first GeekUp of the new year is tomorrow, Tuesday 24th February. Claudia Doppioslash is coming along to tell us about Elm, a Functional Reactive Programming language that targets the web (Javascript, Html, CSS).

We also need some more talks to fill out the rest of the year, see here for a schedule and get in touch if you're like to talk!

An introduction to Elm, a
Functional Reactive Programming language that targets the web
(Javascript, Html, CSS).

Reactive Programming has gotten in the mainstream with the Microsoft
Rx extensions, it's basically a better abstraction for anything that
requires interactivity, like GUIs and games.

No callback hell, no null pointer errors, it's got a Time Travelling
debugger and hot code swapping.

The time travelling debugger is inspired by the talk "Inventing of
by Bret Victor

Join us TOMORROW 24th February for Claudia's talk. Sign up here to let us know you're coming.
GeekUp Liverpool takes place on the last Tuesday of every month. It's a grass-roots knowledge sharing and networking social for folks involved or interested in all forms of technology and creative media.

We are hosted each month by DoES Liverpool. DoES is currently on a recruitment drive to try to ensure they stay a sustainable business.
Please make sure you tell all of your friends about DoES Liverpool, a great co-working space, shared workshop and events space.

Desk Space: £10/day or £150/month
Workshop: £10/day or £50/month
Events space: Talk to us!

More info on the website!

Directions, Gostins Building is at the opposite end of Hanover Street from Liverpool Central Station, near to John Lewis  and the corner with Duke Street. Go up in the lifts to the fourth floor and follow the signs to DoES Liverpool. See here for more info:

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